Snowshoe Snowdon Park with Rick Whitteker to explore wild winter habitats and to search for  animal tracks and signs. You will make a few tracks of your own when the group will head off trail to explore parts unknown. Snowdon Park is wetland and forest preserve established through the cooperation of the Township of Minden Hills and the Haliburton Highlands Field Naturalists. Suitable for adults, teens and children 10+. No dogs please

HIKE #16

DATE: Sunday, February 9

START TIME: 10:30 am

DURATION:  2 hours, 3 km

LOCATION: Snowdon Park, 1111 Snowdon Park Road

RATING: Moderate


AMENITIES: Parking, washroom (outhouse)

LEADER: Rick Whitteker

LEADER BIO: Rick works as a faculty in the Outdoor and Adventure Education diploma program at Fleming College  in Lindsay and as an experience leader for Yours Outdoors, a company that offers unique adventures in art, culture and nature.

DIRECTIONS: From Haliburton follow Gelert Rd. (County Rd. 1) to Snowdon Park. The Park is located on the right less than a km past South Lake Rd.  Distance from Haliburton is 20km.  From Minden take Hwy 35 to South Lake Rd (County Rd 16). Turn east and follow South Lake Rd until it ends at Gelert Rd. (County. Rd 1). Turn right towards Gelert; Park is on the right. Distance from Minden is approximately. 12km. GPS coordinates: N 44.9219, W 78.6436

  • Making Tracks
    Sunday, February 9, 2020
    10:30 am - 12:30 pm