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What do the Haliburton Highlands look like to you?
Jumping off the dock with your kids? A serene hike through the woods? Enjoying local food and drink with your friends?
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Stories from here
Haliburton Highlands’ Hidden Gems: Leaf season. If you know the Haliburton Highlands, you likely love October: great weather, no bugs, and beautiful fall colours. For prime leaf viewing, almost everyone is familiar with the Dorset Fire Tower and the Scenic Drive on...
Every year towns and private land owners open their doors and land to the public to share the experience and beauty of the Haliburton area at a huge hiking festival. This year, Hike Haliburton takes place September 18-22. Hikes and events run from dawn to dusk, with...
Autumn is pretty synonymous with cozy to us; a season of thick knits, soft scarves, steaming mugs, and warm spices. It’s the perfect time to slow down from a busy summer, spend time with the one you love, and hold hands as you ward off the newly crisp air together....
At 465 feet tall, the climb to my top is not for the faint of heart. My original purpose was to warn against fires, but today, thousands flock to me each fall to marvel at the fiery colours of the season that surround me. Where am I? If the climb to the top doesn’t...
I am a sanctuary for animals and a playground for humans. Spanning over 100,000 acres, I offer the chance to walk beside the birds, swim amongst the fish, and howl with the wolves. Where am I? Get closer to nature and explore a space where the land comes first and...
Sometimes it seems we’re surrounded by information on how to be better: eat healthier, be more active, buy local. If you’re like me, you may be inspired by what you’ve heard and read about responsible and healthy food practices, like shopping locally and supporting...
Randy Pielsticker, Sir Sam’s Ski & Bike
“…not just for snow or beach sand, they also make for pretty good cross country mountain bikes as well…”
The drive alone is worth it
“…the most scenic highway in Ontario.” – Wikipedia
- 2.5 Hours Drive from Toronto
- 3.5 Hours Drive from Ottawa
- 4.5 Hours Drive from Buffalo
- 8 Hours Drive from Quebec City
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