Welcome

COVID-19 Updated Response:

On August 18, 2020 the Trekkers Management Team in a Zoom Meeting re-assessed the risk factors for the club members and decided that Trekkers will proceed with a limited selection of organized outings on a trial basis subject to reassessment at any time.  A schedule and a Covid-19 hiking protocol has been emailed to members.

Date Location Leader
Mon., Aug. 31st, 2020 Paddle – Kinmount to 3 Brothers’ Falls Chris Whittemore
Mon., Sept. 14th, 2020 Hike – Circuit of 5 Viewpoints Shawn Chevalier/Peter Brogden
Mon., Sept. 21st, 2020 Hike – Frost Center Peter Brogden/Dave Northcote
Mon., Sept. 28th, 2020 Hike – Devil’s Lake Chris Whittemore

Provisions:

  1. Each participant must bring a mask and hand sanitizer for every outing for their personal use, as need arises, such as in instances when 2m distancing is difficult to maintain.
  2. Name of each attendee must be recorded at the beginning of each trek, for contact tracing purposes.

Visitors / Members: Welcome to the Trekkers’ clubhouse.

If you’re just browsing, feel free to look around. We are delighted to receive your questions, comments – or interest in joining the club – via the Contact form.

Are you visiting from the worldwide web, and unfamiliar with the Haliburton Highlands? We are surrounded by forest, rocks, lakes and rivers – rugged terrain on the granite of the Canadian Shield. We’re at the tippy-toe of Algonquin Park, three hours North of Toronto, and a few hours West of Ottawa, all in Ontario, Canada. The County of Haliburton is sparsely settled – which makes it ideal for Trekking. Learn all about us on the following pages, and thanks for visiting!

If you’re already a Member, you’ll find everything you need by going to For Members. Please have a look at the Volunteer page. Haliburton Highlands Trekkers is a 100% volunteer-run club. Your energy will ensure our ongoing success.

“The world is a wonderful place. You just have to get out in it.” – Calvin and Hobbes