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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
With just about all activities curtailed by COVID-19, there is one thing people can still do outside while practicing social distancing – and that’s the Lapine Lap in Minden. “The Lapine Lap is a scavenger hunt for murals that are scattered around Minden featuring...
Darker is Better What lights the night? In more natural settings, as the sun drops below the horizon, the moon's reflection as all that bathes the landscape in a soft, dim glow. However, in more urban areas, the glare of the artificial light dominates, threatening the...
The world as we knew it has changed and the Haliburton Master Gardeners have noticed a need in our community and they would be available to advise new gardeners with sustainable gardening at their location. This includes growing vegetables, planting fruit bushes and...
With the ice quickly disappearing and the sounds of springtime in the air I find myself reflecting on the winter ice fishing season and the memories made guiding adventurous anglers throughout the Haliburton Forest in hopes of catching the fish of a lifetime. ...
It may be hard to imagine what Haliburton was like when lumbering was at its height, but what about Donald? Richard Donald came to Dysart around 1908 and set up operations for the Wood Products Company of Canada. By 1915, the operation had been taken over by the...
New menu is here! Still take out only but we’re happy to introduce an old favourite...the BLT on delicious sourdough. In addition to our daily take out specials, keep an eye out for some more old favourites (and new) to be rolled out daily. . . . #bltsandwich #blt...
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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