Water, water everywhere! Haliburton Highlands is blessed to have 600 lakes, several rivers and countless ponds and streams and water that is on the move over the rugged landscapes. This Rd. tour will take you to several waterfalls and rapids in the northwest part of the County. You will follow the hike leader to several locations to go for short hikes to view the glory of falling water. Possible stops include Ragged Falls, Marsh’s Falls and the Hawk Lake Log Chute. Suitable for adults, teens, and children. No dogs please.
HIKE #: 56
DATE: Saturday, September 21
START TIME: 1:00 pm
DURATION: 3 hours, 2km
LOCATION: Ragged Falls Provincial Park between Oxtongue Lake and Algonquin Park. 1050 Oxtongue Lake Rd, Dwight
MAXIMUM #: 20
AMENITIES: Parking, washrooms (nearby)
LEADER: Joleen Thomas
LEADER BIO: Joleen is an avid outdoor enthusiast on the trails and the water. This active super mom with the best smile ever will help you discover the waterfalls of the Haliburton Highlands Joleen is a certified hike leader (Hike Ontario).
DIRECTIONS: From Minden travel north on Hwy 35 to the “T” intersection at Hwy 60, approximately 68km. Turn right onto Hwy 60, and drive east approximately 12km. The park is on your left. The distance is approximately 88km and a 60 minute drive. From Haliburton take Hwy 118 west to Carnarvon ,approximately 24km and turn right onto Hwy 35 north to the “T” intersection at Hwy 60, approximately 52km. Turn right onto Hwy 60 and continues as above. From Haliburton the distance is approximately 84km and a 70 min drive. GPS coordinates: N 45.3879, W 78.9065
- Chasing Waterfalls ‐ Part 1
Saturday, September 21, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Venue: Ragged Falls Provincial Park