Spring skiing! New snow and a long stretch of below freezing temperatures means we could be skiing well into March. Get out there and enjoy.
Twin Lakes: March 117: All trails groomed for skate and classic. Good to very good conditions with a few thin spots.
Glebe Park: March 16: 13 km groomed for skating. Machine groomed powder. Skiing good to very good. Watch for a few easily avoided dirty spots. Track skied in. Skiing under the trees in the lighted loop is poor.
Moosewoods: March 15: All trails groomed for skate: no classic track. Some good skiing interspersed with thin, almost bare spots. Watch for barely covered rocks in some areas.
Wanakita: All trails groomed and trackset. Trails are open until March 18.
.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. All trails are 2-way trails: ski accordingly.
Twin Lakes 5 km of classic & skate trails – easy to intermediate – dog friendly, but no skijoring -: 4.25 Km of snowshoe trails: 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.