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Toronto Locals: Possible to walk from Lower Simcoe to Front Street?

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I can see on street-view in Google maps that I can walk from the harbour, north on Lower Simcoe all the way to Bremner Blvd. However, after Bremner, the street-view doesn't work anymore. On the overview map, it looks like the block after Bremner there are a bunch of tracks (train tracks?), and a PATH Skywalk.

So we can enter the PATH Skywalk at Bremner to cross the tracks, and then we can carry onto Front Street?

I know this seems like micro-planning, but I will be travelling with elderly visiting the city and I want to avoid having to figure it out/back-track when there with them. We're walking from the harbour to the CN Tower and I understand the entrance to the CNT is on Front Street, near the foot of John St.

Hoping someone familiar with the area can help out - much appreciated - enjoy-la!

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