Trail Conditions

Weather and Recreational Trail Conditions

Current Trail Conditions

Recreational Snowmobile/ATV Trail Conditions – March 21, 2019

  • Snowmobile Trails are currently GOOD
  • ATV Trails are currently GOOD.

You may not believe us but we have a tonne of snow and the trails are in GOOD (maybe even excellent, you tell us) shape. Snow is wet and granular. Lakes are slushy.  Please note that some sections of trail are starting to soften and will present with water/slush, but guests are coming back amazed at how little of this they see out on the trails.  Our trail maintenance staff have already started to mitigate water where necessary but please be advised you may come across these sections.

Until things freeze up again we recommend avoiding lakes.

CLOSED: Powderhorn Trail

To see photos and videos of conditions please visit our Facebook page.

Disclaimer: As always their could be some poor sections with limited base.  Riders should be careful of ice forming, especially on corners, exposed stones and rough sections.  Please adjust your speed according to trail conditions and ride safely at all times.  Single-track trails are open but require extra caution in case of debris/stones.

As always be wary of sharp corners and trees. Caution is to be used at all times. Watch for hazards such as washouts, flooding, trees and debris on the trails.

Enjoy your ride but be cautious and don’t take any risks.

Rates:  $49.00 per driver for daily trail passes and $99.00 per person, per night (as long as minimums are met per unit) for overnight accommodations plus HST.

View our PDF Winter Map.

 

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

Reminder: Permits are required before entering Haliburton Forest property. In the winter months Haliburton Forest limits the number of daily riders 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 and atvers will be provided with the best possible and consistently superior snowmobiling conditions.

* At time of purchase valid ownership and insurance will be required per snowmobile being booked as well as on the trails. Upon arrival passes MUST be picked up at the Main Office. Driver’s must have a valid driver’s license or the equivalent Motorized Snow Vehicle Operator’s License.

** Passes must be within the same household. Valid for up to 2 adults with their children 21 years of age and under.

***Side by sides are not permitted on the trails. No after market pipes, cans, etc… (nothing that makes your sled(s) louder). 

****If riding double, adults must have a legal two up.  Children are permitted to ride double with an adult.  All riders are REQUIRED to wear helmets.

Dog Sledding Tours – January 31, 2019

Tours started Monday, December 17! Trails are beautiful.  It is a stunning winter wonderland out on trails. There is no better way to soak in winter than on the back of a dog sled!

Click here for a detailed weather forecast for our area or check out our webcam to see the weather for yourself!

Hiking, Running & Mountain Biking Trails – November 19, 2018 – Closed

All recreational trails are now closed for walking, hiking, trail running and mountain biking. We thank those who came out to enjoy the fall colours and an incredible summer!