Landscapes affect us in many important ways, including how and where we live. This hike with a geologist will reveal the geomorphological features typical of the Haliburton Highlands and the forces that shaped them and the impacts on human activity. There are stories to be told. Suitable for adults, teens, and children. No dogs please.

HIKE #: 7

DATE: Saturday, September 2

START TIME: 2:00 pm

DURATION: 2.5 hours, 3.5km

LOCATION: Frost Centre, 20130 Hwy 35

RATING: Moderate

MAXIMUM #: 30

AMENITIES: Parking, washrooms, snacks and beverages available

LEADER: John Etches

LEADER BIO: John is a geologist and environmental educator with over 30 years experience, who brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to his programs.

DIRECTIONS:Located on Hwy 35 approximately. 23km north of Carnarvon and 16km south of Dorset. Meet at the office of the Haliburton Highlands Water Trails (705‐766‐9033). The distance  from Haliburton is approximately 47km. The distance from Minden is approximately 38km. GPS coordinates: N 45.1591. W 78.8448

  • The Fault Line
    Saturday, September 21, 2019
    2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Location

Venue:   Frost Centre

Address:
20130 Highway 35, Ontario, Canada

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