Ride effortlessly on electric assisted bicycles along the Haliburton County Rail Trail, stopping for short hikes to explore historical ruins, the natural beauty of rivers, wetlands, wildflowers and native plants that grow along the trail. This tour takes you along the south end of the County, starting at the abandoned junction of the Irondale, Bancroft, Ottawa (IB&O) & Victoria rail trail. Suitable for adults and teens 16+. Everyone must wear a helmet. Bikes and helmets provided. No dogs, please.
HIKE #: 112
DATE: Thursday September 19
START TIME: 1:00 pm
DURATION: 3 hours, 20km (on bike) 1km (hiking)
LOCATION: 1225 Howland Junction Rd., Minden
MAXIMUM # 6
AMENITIES: Parking, washrooms, water
LEADER: Don Schlosser and Nicole Manary
LEADER BIO: Don and Nicole are owners of Peddle Creek Tours and e‐bike enthusiasts. The two have a keen interest in local history.
DIRECTION: DIRECTION: From Minden head south on Hwy 35 for approximately 2km. Turn left onto County Rd 121 towards Kinmount. Stay on County Rd 121 for 13km. Turn left on Howland Junction Rd. Continue onto the last place on the left where the pavement ends. The distance from Minden is approximately 20km. From Haliburton head west on County Rd 21 to Minden for approximately 24km. Turn left onto Hwy 35 for approximately 6km. Turn left onto County Rd 121 towards Kinmount, and proceed as described above. The distance from Haliburton is approximately 44km. GPS coordinates: N 44.8971, W 78.5946
- E-bike and Hike
Thursday, September 19, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Venue: Haliburton County Rail Trail (Howland Junction Entrance)