Grade 7

Beautiful sunset - by Sam Allard

Haliburton Forest is the home to a wealth of different natural resources, in which we invite you to discover with your grade 7 students. We have combined many curriculum areas, including: health and physical education and geography to the wide array of activities Haliburton Forest’s facilitation staff has to offer. Possible educational endeavours and/or adventures for your students are: learning about forest ecosystems and wilderness navigations or participating in archery, backpacking, camping (minimal impact, leave no trace), canoeing, cross-country skiing, dogsledding, mountain biking, snowshoeing, swimming, rock climbing, rappelling, Canopy Tours, tree climbing, communications workshops, team building and group initiatives, low-ropes and high-ropes challenge courses, and campfires. Other possibilities may include: discovering the sky through our astronomy lessons, learning about aquatic ecosystems, and visiting The Wolf Center. We can combine many different activities and adventures to match the criteria of your classroom in single day or multi-day trips. Our enthusiastic and dedicated staff are constantly and consistently delivering multi-faceted programs, and wish to include your students on these incredible opportunities. 
Trust activties on the high ropes course

Viewing the Grade 7 links to the curriculum can help you design the programs right for your students. Contact one of our experienced staff members to create your learning opportunities and finalize your visit to Haliburton Forest. Please email

Come discover Haliburton Forest, explore areas of learning, and experience something new!