Dahl Forest and Barnum Creek Hiking

When accessing Barnum Creek Nature Reserve, be aware that Gould’s Crossing Road past the rail trail should not be used in the winter.  The steep hill and beyond is not maintained in winter and is slippery and dangerous for vehicles.

THERE IS NO POOP FAIRY – With increased traffic we are noticing an unpleasant fact that there is more dog poop on our lovely trails. If you bring your dog, please clean up after it and take the waste bag home with you.  Do not leave the bag at the kiosk. This will help keep the trails enjoyable for everyone.

It is a wonderful time to get out in the crisp air and take in the wonderful winter sights here in Haliburton County!

 

 

Barnum Creek Puzzle – Order Today!

 

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Guided Tours of Dahl Forest and Barnum Creek Nature Reserve

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Walkers on the Heritage Hike trail in spring

Haliburton Highlands Land Trust – 2020 Climate Change Project

October 2 2020 RBC Media Release

Please click on the link above to learn more about the HHLT Climate Change Project.

2 Old Guys Walking Trail Review

We came across a wonderful trail review of Dahl Forest and thought we would share the link for your reading pleasure. Thanks 2 Old Guys!

The Dahl Forest (Kinmount/Minden) Trails Review

Dahl Forest puzzle, “Autumn on the Burnt River” Sold out! We may offer another run of this popular puzzle at a later date. Thanks for your interest!

 

THANKS to all who participated in our recent fundraising auction! Your support is appreciated! Those with the highest bids will be notified.

 

ROCK OUR WORLD 2020! Click for details.

 

Thank You Haliburton County Development Corporation!

The Haliburton County Development Corporation has recently awarded a grant to HHLT which will be used to support management and stewardship activities at Dahl Forest and more trail development support for Barnum Creek Nature Reserve. Their continued support is very much appreciated!

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