Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve Ltd consists of 60.000 acres of forested, rolling hills interspersed with more than 50 lakes and hundreds of wetlands. Winding through the forest are more than 300 kilometers of groomed trails making this a dogsledders paradise. Hidden along the trails are a number of small camps and shelters providing scenic locations to have a snack, warm up or stay overnight.
Over the last 40 years Haliburton Forest has prided itself in creating one of the best trail systems in Canada - and our dogsled trails are no exception. With state-of-the-art grooming equipment, professional staff and the only portable snowmaker in North America, we can guarantee incredible winter conditions.
Information provided by the Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve website.
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