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Haliburton Highlands Trail System

Haliburton, ON  K0M 1S0
E-Mail: [email protected] or 1 (800) 461-7677 The Info Centre (Haliburton Chamber of Commerce)

Trail Length: 54 Km
Groomed Classic? Yes
Groomed Skating? Yes
Lighted? Yes
Snowmaking? No
Trail fee? No
Ski rentals? Yes
Trail Map: Yes
Trail Conditions: Yes

Getting there: About 2.5 hours north and a little east of Toronto. There are several trail heads, so please visit the Haliburton County Information Centre on Highway#35 in Minden, Ontario to obtain a copy of the trail map or call the toll-free telephone number for a cop

Directions to get there: Yes

What's there: The Haliburton Highlands Nordic Trails Association grooms and maintains 3 ski areas, with trails totaling 36 Km of skiing. Additionally, your membership or daypass gets you access to the trails at YMCA Wanakita: another 16 Kms of classic-only trails. Each area offers a unique experience, with trails suitable for a wide range of abilities. Facebook page:

We offer some of the best cross country skiing in all of Ontario. The Haliburton Highlands is just south of Algonquin Park just 2 ½ hours north east of Toronto on Hwy # 35.

Glebe Park
13 km of classic & skate trails. 1.5 km lit loop for night skiing. Very challenging, technical trails. Right in the Village of Haliburton on Fleming College Drive.

15 km of classic & skate trails – easy to intermediate – large warming hut – on County Road #14 on the way to Eagle Lake.

Twin Lakes
10 km of classic & skate trails – easy to intermediate – dog friendly – 12 Mile Lake Road off of Hwy #35 between Minden & Carnarvon.

Wanakita Trails
16 Km of classic-only trails, open to HHNTA season pass holders and day pass holders. Skiers are required to sign-in at the Wanakita office. Please respect the fact that we are being welcomed onto private land:
-No snowshoeing, ski on marked trails only,
-Heed all signage.
-Trails open 8:30-4:30

Haliburton Highlands Trail System

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