Participants will be given a tour of the Haliburton Highlands Outdoor Association’s Resource Centre with interpretive displays and then tour the fish hatchery followed by a hike on grounds through the wetlands and new trails. Suitable for adults, teens, and children. Persons with mobility challenges can tour the hatchery but not the trails. No dogs, please.

ADOPTED BY: Cordell Carpets

HIKE #: 46

DATE: Saturday, September 21

START TIME: 3:00 pm

DURATION: 2 hours, 2km

LOCATION: Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association, 6712 Gelert Rd.



AMENITIES: Parking, washroom, shelter

LEADER: Mike Mardus

LEADER BIO: Mike moved up to Haliburton after retiring from teaching in Mississauga. He has been an active member of the HHOA hatchery program since 2015 and involved in rehabilitating the trails that run through the HHOA property. He is an artist who uses photography as a medium ( His other interests include birding, hiking, astronomy, fishing and volunteering at Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary.

DIRECTIONS: From Hwy 35 in Minden take South Lake Rd/County Rd  16 and follow for 7.5km, turn left onto Gelert Rd/County Rd  1. Follow County  Rd  1 for 14.5km . The HHOA Fish Hatchery will be on your right. Distance from Minden is 23km and travel time is 21 min. From Haliburton take Gelert Rd/County Rd  1 for 3.5km; the hatchery is on your left. Travel time is 4 minutes. GPS coordinates ‐ N45.0200, W78.5367

  • Fish Afoot
    Saturday, September 21, 2019
    3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Venue:   Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association

6712 Gelert Rd., Haliburton, Ontario, Canada, K0M 1S0

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