Trail Conditions

Weather and Recreational Trail Conditions

Current Trail Conditions

Hiking, Running & Mountain Biking Trails – October 20, 2018 – Closed

All recreational trails with the exception of the Wild Woods Walk 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! Should you wish to walk the Wild Woods Walk we advise that all guests wear a high vise vest, coat, etc… Vests are available for loan in the Main Office.

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

Snowmobile/*ATV Trails – October 21, 2018 – Closed

Crews have been hard at work clearing trees, debris, replacing signs, sign posts, etc… We saw a few flurries last week but nothing worth getting excited about just yet!  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.

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

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