Put a little sizzle in your life.
Discover the fascinating world of Canada’s and Haliburton County’s oldest industry – the fur trade.
Home to unique geological formations and rich mineral deposits, Haliburton County is a must-visit destination for rock hounds from near and far.
Take a Walk in the Clouds!
This half day tour involves a visit to Greenmantle Farms near Wilberforce where you will explore some amazing undisturbed "gems beneath your boots"
Snowshoeing is both a traditional and popular modern way of winter travel for Canadians.
This water adventure is a great introduction to canoeing and canoe day tripping … in style!
Take in the sights and sounds of early spring in the Haliburton Highlands with a unique wildflower walk.
Ready to learn a new skill?
Discover the world of art in Haliburton Village in a way like no other.
Enjoy a glass fusing class with artist Joyce Pruysers-Emmink of Ivy Cottage Fusion Arts.
A traditional winter camping experience! You'll go back into Canada’s history and, like the early trappers and First Nations people, we'll travel by...
Yours Outdoors is pleased to present a monthly speaker series that will feature amazing local folks and guests from away sharing stories of their a
In September 2015 Artech Studio was invited to display and distribute their so cool up-cycled glass tableware and handmade barware at the Emmy Awar
You will paddle a quiet secluded lake on a stand-up paddle board to discover the natural wonders of lakes and shorelines.
West Guilford is a pleasant little community a few kilometers to the north of the Village of Haliburton.
In the Haliburton Highlands, famous for its world class studio tour, you will find potters practicing many styles and forms of ceramics.
Tingle your taste buds on this guided tour of the craft breweries and winery located along Highway 118 between Haliburton and Carnarvon. An entert
Come forage the woods, wetlands and roadsides of the Haliburton Highlands.
Make a date with a special person for an evening of art, food and theatre or opera.
Canadians love to ski. It is a quiet way of exploring the natural wonders of winter.