Photo of Frost Centre

 

Hiking Trail Conditions:

FROST CENTRE TRAILS - FROST CENTRE TRAILS CLOSED DUE TO FLOOD DAMAGE. Near the trail head access from the Trails Office and adjacent to the old boat house, melt-water has damaged the culvert on the Frost Centre Property. This is where Ranger Creek drains into St. Nora Lake. This means there is NO overland access to the hiking trails. A significant amount of work will have to be completed to remedy the situation and access to the trail will remain closed until the situation is remedied. We will continue to post updates here as things develop.

BEECH RIVER TRAIL has re-opened to pedestrian traffic. No motorized vehicles are permitted.

A RE-ROUTE THROUGH THE QUARRY SECTION OF CIRCUIT OF 5 VIEWPOINTS HAS BEEN FLAGGED OUT AND POSTS AND SIGNAGE WILL SOON BE INSTALLED, IN ORDER TO AVOID ACTIVE QUARRY ACTIVITY. PLEASE STAY CLEAR OF ACTIVE QUARRY MINING AREAS.

All other hiking trails are currently OPEN.

Do note that the bridge that crosses Oxbow Creek at the halfway point on the Beetle Lake trail has been removed and is pending replacement - hikers will not be able to cross the creek and must follow the re-routed loop trails that return to the initial trailhead.

Watch for logging operations on the Crests of Kennisis Trail - follow signage.

The Acclimatization Trail on the Frost Centre Hiking Trails is closed to the south of the western junction with the Fire Tower Trail. This means that the Fire Tower Trail can no longer be done as a loop and hikers using the Acclimatization Trail must finish the 4km loop by following the Fire Tower Trail. Please obey posted signage and respect private property.


Forest Access Road Conditions:

Forest Access Roads are all CLOSED.

Forest Access Roads are CLOSED for spring thaw. Call the Algonquin Highlands Trails Office at 705-766-9033 for the most up to date condition report.

Forest Access roads are the responsibility of MNRF (705-286-1521).  Roads are to be used at own risk and are not inspected daily.  Tow truck operators will often refuse to enter such roads to provide assistance. It is the trippers responsibility to check on road conditions when planning their trip.


Mailing Address:

Township of Algonquin Highlands
1123 North Shore Road, Algonquin Highlands, ON K0M 1J1

Hours of Operation

May to August
Open 7 days a week
Sunday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

September to October
Open 7 days a week
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

November to April
Open 7 days a week (except public holidays)
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Contact Information

Trails Office (Haliburton Highlands Water Trails)
20130 Highway # 35 North
Phone: 705-766-9033
Fax: 705-766-2402
Email: trails@algonquinhighlands.ca

 

 

Ski Trail Conditions

Can now be found at www.skithefrost.ca