Still full coverage on all 3 systems. Spring skiing conditions means hard and fast trails until the sun warms the snow up. Most days skiing will be “as is”, unless fresh snow or warm temps make it possible to groom.
Glebe Park: March 23: full base: excellent skate conditions, very shallow or no classic track.
Moosewoods: March 23: full base: with lots of debris under hemlocks on Wolf’s Loop.
Twin Lakes: March 23: full base: excellent skate conditions, shallow classic track.
YMCA Wanakita: Trails closed for season.
.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.
Glebe Park: 13 km of classic & skate trails. 1.5 km lit loop for night skiing. intermediate to difficult – host to our Jackrabbit program. Right in the Village of Haliburton on Fleming College Drive
Moosewoods 13 km of classic & skate trails – easy to intermediate through picturesque forest terrain – large warming hut – on County Road #14 on the way to Eagle Lake.
Twin Lakes 5 km of classic & skate trails – easy to intermediate – dog friendly, but no skijoring – 12 Mile Lake Road at Taylor Lake Rd off of Hwy #35, 5 Km south of Carnarvon, 5 Km North of Minden.
YMCA Camp Wanakita: 16 Kms of intermediate, classic-only skiing. All skiers must sign-in and sign-out at the main office. Please respect the special regulations that allow us to access these trails.