The Toronto Pan Am Games torch relay will begin May 31 and visit over 130 communities before making a final stop July 10 at the opening ceremony.
Organizers unveiled details today at a news conference at the Ontario Science Centre.
The flame will be lit in May in a traditional ceremony in Teotihuacan, Mexico, before it travels to Canada.
About 3,000 torchbearers will carry the flame along its 41-day journey before it arrives in downtown Toronto.
The orange and white torch features pictograms of athletes in action, stands 65 centimetres high and weighs just over a kilogram.
Specifics on the relay route will be released at a later date.