Water, water everywhere! Haliburton Highlands is blessed to have 600 lakes, several rivers and countless ponds and streams and that water is on the move over the rugged landscapes. This Rd. tour will take you to from Kinmount to Irondale. You will hike to rapids near Kinmount (6km return), Three Brothers Falls (8km return) and visit Furnace Falls. Suitable for adults, and teens. No dogs please.
ADOPTED BY: Greg Bishop Surveying
HIKE #: 113
DATE: Sunday, September 22
START TIME: 8:30 am
DURATION: 3.5 hours, 14km
LOCATION: Kinmount Railway Station & Museum
MAXIMUM # 20
AMENITIES: Parking, washrooms (nearby)
LEADER: Guy Scott
LEADER BIO: Guy Scott is a local historian who lives in Kinmount and has “chased” waterfalls all his life. He has led historical bus tours of our area and does a yearly ghost walk in the village of Kinmount. A history teacher, he has an appreciation for both the past and current beauty of the area.
DIRECTIONS: From Haliburton turn west onto Gelert Rd/Haliburton County Rd 1 and follow for 31.7km to Haliburton County Rd 121 S. Turn left and travel for 7.7km to Kinmount. In Kinmount turn right on Station Street and proceed to the Kinmount Railway Museum. Total distance from Haliburton is 40km and travel time is 34 minutes. From Minden take Hwy 35 to Haliburton County Rd 121 S. Turn left and travel for 15.7km to Kinmount. In Kinmount turn right on Station Street and proceed to the Kinmount Railway Museum. GPS coordinates: N 44.7817, W 78.6525
- Chasing Waterfalls ‐ Part 2
Sunday, September 22, 2019
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Venue: Kinmount Rail Station and Museum