Late winter/early spring conditions vary widely due to temperature changes. Trails can go from hard and fast to slow and sticky as temperatures rise. “Current Conditions” are right after grooming, usually early in the day. Your experience will vary depending on temperatures and number of skiers.
Glebe Park: March 24: Skiing “as is”. Expect hard, fast conditions until snow warms above freezing.
Twin Lakes: March 24: 5.5km open for skate. Good to fair skating on some loose granular snow on a hard base. Poor classic skiing on a shallow, icy track. A few easily avoidable thin spots.
Moosewoods: March 24: Blue and Green trails groomed for skate, no classic track. Small amount of granular snow on a very hard, fast base. Black trail as is. A few easily avoidable icy, thin spots.
HHNTA is a totally volunteer run organization dedicated to the promotion of Nordic Skiing in the Haliburton Highlands. HHNTA grooms and maintains 3 separate trails systems, all with their own unique flavour.
Other Haliburton Highlands XC trails.