Trail Conditions

Weather and Trail Conditions

Current Conditions

Snowmobile/*ATV Trails – March 22nd, 2018



Snowmobilers and ATVers – Riders can’t believe that the trails are in such good shape. Plus they couldn’t believe the lack of other riders out on the trails!

Facebook Testimonial: Jason Colangelo says – Did 140km. Was nice!!

Trail conditions vary from poor to good, but main trails are mostly GOOD.  The base is in decent shape with enough snow to support riding.  There is ice and bare spots, particularly on the heavily used trails nearer Base Camp.  If you are out for a leisurely ride and taking your time around corners the trails are in GOOD shape. If you are looking for a quick rip then trails drop down to POOR TO FAIR.

Even the By-Pass is snow covered!

Don’t believe us come check them out for yourself. Day Passes are 50% OFF – Promo Code: MDP50OFF when booking online.

There are still accommodations left for this week and rates have been slashed to summer rates. Book your unit today to stay and play.

Please be advised that stakes have been removed from all lakes this week.  We advise not to use the lakes for travelling.

Trail Closures:

  • Gorge Trail from the Gorge (frozen falls) to Wildcat Lake. Still ride-able from the east end to the Gorge.
  • Powderhorn Trail from L’Azure Shelter Cabin to Island Lake
  • Marsh Lake has open water at the stake line please stay off.

Check out Tegan’s ongoing trail reports and stories on our Instgram Feed @haliburton_forest, Twitter @HalForestTrails as well as our Facebook Page.

*No side by sides please.

Don’t believe our webcam there is still snow out on the trails!

Reminder: Permits are required before entering Haliburton Forest property. Haliburton Forest limits the number of daily users on its trail system to 100. Therefore, daily visitors, especially on weekends, are required to reserve a space on the trails prior to arrival. This will ensure that visiting snowmobilers will be provided with the best possible and consistently superior snowmobiling conditions.

Check back and see you up here soon!


Dog Sled Tours as of March 13th, 2018

Dog Sled season is essentially over, sorry. We will not be taking any new bookings but will move through with the bookings we have. Should we need to cancel we will be contacting those with current bookings 1 to 2 days in advance of the tour date to make arrangements (i.e. refund or reschedule).

Book your dog sled tour with us today!

Click here for a detailed weather forecast for our area!