For further information and trail fees please call: 1-800-461-7677
Nearest Town: Haliburton Village
From highway #11 or Bracebridge, take highway #118 east past West Guilford to County Road #14 (Eagle Lake Rd. 2). Take County Road #14 about 3 km north. MooseWoods is located on the west side of the road with parking on the east side.
Distance: from Bracebridge 80 km
from Lindsay 100 km
from Peterborough 120 km
from Toronto 210 km
For those people who enjoy bushwacking, an additional 3.3 km of new backcountry ski trails have been added (no track set).
Located on 1700 acres of rolling wooded terrain, our 22 km of wide groomed trails are suitable for skate- and classic-skiers (track-set) alike. Beginner as well as advanced skiers will enjoy the peaceful scenery of MooseWoods, which has been known to be disturbed only by animals such as Moose, Deer and Foxes who find that groomed trails make better walking than the deep snow.
A heated warm-up cabin at the trail head allows you to change and enjoy your lunch in comfort. Shelters with wood stoves are located along the Energizer and Wolf's loop for your convenience.
Primarily double track "ski" trails with an increasing amount of technical single track including some extreme technical trails.
MooseWoods offers 1700 acres of hilly wooded terrain in the Haliburton Highlands area of Ontario. Our trails provide some good beginner double track, but the main draw is some of the newer single track cut by the owners and local riders. Trails like the Creek Run, the Big Easy, Rocky Path, and Hemlock trail offer riders some of the best technical single track to be found in Ontario.
In terms of technical riding however our short but
extreme trail called The Ridge will challenge even the most advanced riders.
As the name suggests, the trail follows the
edge of a rocky, wooded ridge with short steep climbs, extreme
drop-offs, and West coast style trail design.
MooseWoods is one of the few places that offers these kinds of trails in Ontario.