We reached the trail very late in the day passing through from the east and travelling to the west, which is why most of the pictures are in the mode of the sun setting. You can reach the Gus Trail off of Pharmacy Avenue, just a little north of Victoria park. It's not a particularly large section of parkland but you won't be disappointed and despite the preceding photographs, there's much to love about this trail.
A little historical fact (of course) was during the last ice age, this section of Warden Woods Park was once a part of the natural shoreline of Glacial Lake Iroquois! The sandy soil of the ravine, has been ravaged over the years which have made city workers busy. The most severe problem is soil erosion which has been somewhat eradicated with rock walls embedded in mesh to prevent flooding and further erosion.
I wanted to mention the footbridge that you'll see a few hundred metres into the trail. It crosses the creek, and the other side offers dozens of several foot trail that weave their way into the forests of maples and oak trees. I had my zoom lens ready to take my first decent shot of a wide variety of birds I saw overhead, including one woodpecker, which was evident by sound.
Unfortunately as it was quite late into the day, so I didn't get THE shot of the bird I was hoping for :)