The Haliburton Highlands Nordic Trail Association is temporarily closing the Twin Lakes ski trails. The trails will be closed until land use agreements can be confirmed. We apologise for this inconvenience and will provide updates as soon as status changes. Trails at Glebe Park and Moosewoods are still open for skiing. Questions and concerns can be directed to email@example.com.
Moosewoods is private land that HHNTA leases for the ski season. In the off (not skiing) season, it is an active logging operation, hunt camp, and trapping site. Please do not trespass on the Moosewoods trails, unless you are part of a designated trail work event. Thanks!
Check out the Seasons Passes and Jackrabbit page for updated info on membership rates for the 2016-2017 season. A seasons pass, either individual or family, is still one of the best deals in the known universe!
Very shiny! Great grooming requires great equipment (and lots of time from dedicated and skilled volunteers). This is the new addition to the grooming fleet, a brand-new Arctic Cat Bearcat. We have been grooming with Bearcats at both Moosewoods and Glebe park for several years and are very happy with their reliability, and ability to pull through all kinds of tough conditions. This machine will replace our oldest Bearcat at Glebe park, and allow us to sell our oldest snowmobile. We want you to ski on well groomed trails, and we want the folks that start grooming before the sun comes up to know that the machines will work as hard as they do.
We have a new home on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skihaliburton/
From now on, this is the Facebook location where we will be posting updates on trail conditions, events, and other pertinent info. Like us and follow us if you use Facebook to stay updated.
After the rain and the warm temps, the trails at Moosewoods are still mostly snow (very hard snow) covered. Unfortunately, they are also stick-covered. We need as many folks as possible, armed with leaf rakes, to help clear the sticks so we can groom the snow. Interested? Meet at Moosewoods tomorrow, Feb 5, at 10 AM. Bring a leaf rake if you have it. We will have a few there for rakeless folks.” Need more info? email Thom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After a brief closure, the trails at YMCA Camp Wanakita are re-opened to HHNTA season pass holders and day-ticket holders. This partnership is a great benefit to HHNTA pass holders, opening 16 Kms of beautiful skiing to both season pass holders and day-ticket holders.
Please respect the fact that we are being welcomed onto private property.
- All skiers are required to sign in at the office. There is a self-registration system when the office is closed.
- Please obey all signage
- Trails are classic-only
- No snowshoeing, skiing only
- Trails open from 8:30-4:30 PM.
We are delighted that Wanakita has made significant effort to make these trails available to us, please show your appreciation by being respectful of this unique site.
The level 1 coaching course has been rescheduled:
February 5th 6:30 – 9:30
February 6th 8:30 – 5:30
(jackrabbits included in course)
February 7th 8:30 – 2:30
For more information, or to register email: email@example.com
If you have never skied under the full moon, this is your chance. The hut will be warm and lit, the kettle will be on, and it looks like the moon will be out. Bring snacks, bring dinner, bring your warm gloves and a sense of adventure. Bring a headlamp or a flashlight, just in case, and join us for this lovely evening adventure.