Thin layer of packed powder on a hard base on all trails. Some icy patches, some thin spots
|Glebe Park – groomed for skate: some hazardous downhills due to ice or bare patches.|
|Moosewoods – 5K, Roly Poly and back half of Wolf’s Loop open: 1 cm of packed powder on a hard, sometimes icy base. Some bare/rocky spots: good conditions for skate, fair conditions for classic in a very shallow track.|
|Twin Lakes – All trails open: Red and Green loops trackset with shallow tracks, Blue and violet loops have icy and bare spots. Ski with caution.|
The Haliburton Highlands Nordic Trails Association grooms and maintains 3 ski areas, with trails totaling 38 Km of skiing. 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 10 km of classic & skate trails – easy to intermediate – dog friendly – 12 Mile Lake Road at Taylor Lake Rd off of Hwy #35 between Minden & Carnarvon.
We offer some of the best cross country skiing in all of Ontario. The Haliburton Highlands is just south of Algonquin Park just 2 ½ hours north east of Toronto on Hwy # 35.