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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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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

Sweet Gifts of Spring

You may be living in a place where, when the sparkle of winter begins to fade, Spring looks a lot less cheerful than it should. Travel a little further north and you may find that the awakening is happening at a different pace, bringing with it fresh seasonal...

Romance is alive and well in the Haliburton Highlands

One of our guests, Daniel, called in advance and shared the secret with us that he had plans to propose to his partner Anna.  The team at Heather Lodge jumped at the opportunity to make their stay as special as possible.  They ordered flowers, booked the “Deluxe...

Last Chance for Speedy Winter Fun

See Haliburton like you have never seen it before- on a snowmobile. It's a varied riding experience with great hospitality, food, and fuel along the way.  Explore an abandoned rail line Trail B103, The Rail Trail, with the Trailhead in downtown Haliburton.  Ride the...

Top 5 November Adventures in the Haliburton Highlands

There is adventure in November. Sure, it might be quite cool and a snow flurry is possible. And the days are shorter, the breezes may blow and there are 50 shades of gray but the sun does shine. There is nothing sweeter than a sunny day in November. The weather is...

Howl at the Moon

In addition to the wild wolf packs that make their home in the 100,000 acres of Haliburton Forest, their captive wolf pack provide opportunities for education and research. In preparation for the captive wolf pack’s arrival, a 15-acre enclosure with 14-foot-high...

Where to stay

Fall asleep to nature’s symphony

Where to Eat

Hot meals made by cool people

Outdoor Adventure

Go big or go home

Arts & Culture

Best experienced hands-on
Andrea Mueller, Haliburton

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