Established in 2003, the Hike Haliburton Festival is Canada’s largest hiking festival!
Hike Haliburton – September 21, 22, 23 & 24 in 2023!
More detail coming soon!
If you’re interested in seeing the fall colours in September and October of 2022 and would like to do some hiking on your own schedule, visit myhaliburtonhighlands.com/hiking-trails for information on over 20 public hiking & walking trails, and why not stay overnight at one of our many accommodations and test yourself to see how many of the trails you are able to visit.
The Dahl Forest
The Dahl Forest is approximately 500 acres and straddles [...]
The Haliburton Highands Land Trust is very excited to [...]
Where did these potholes come from?
The Harburn wells are a series of natural boreholes [...]
Sculptures, Hiking & Exploring
The Haliburton Sculpture Forest, in Glebe Park near the village of [...]
Viewpoints of Fall Colours
Circuit of 5 Viewpoints is a 5.3 km moderately [...]
Explore Buttermilk Falls
Buttermilk Falls is full of nature to discover, an [...]
We respectfully acknowledge that the region currently know as the Haliburton Highlands is located on Treaty 20 Michi Saagiig territory, and in the traditional territory of the Michi Saagiig and Chippewa Nations, collectively known as the Williams Treaties First Nations, which are Curve Lake, Rama, Hiawatha, Alderville, Scugog Island, Beausoleil and Georgina Island First Nations.
We acknowledge a shared presence of Indigenous nations throughout the area, and recognize its original, Indigenous inhabitants as the stewards of its lands and waters since time