Map of the Haliburton County Rail Trail

Print a pdf MAP of the HCRT, Haliburton County Rail Trail and the open section of the I,B&O rail trail. This map was created by FoRT as a guide to the annual spring Sunday Rambles. In 2013, FoRT updated the map to include public greenspace and artisan food outlets adjacent to the rail trail. We hope the broader community can utilize this map to discover different sections of the two rail trails in the Haliburton Highlands.

Star icons show all points of access to both rail trails from County roads. Please note that there are no official parking lots at most of these. Respect private driveways and public safety, as you select a parking spot to access the trail on foot or by mountain bike. Do not attempt to access the trail during snowmobile season.

Rail Trail Map

Disclaimer: This is not an official map of the HCRT. Friends of the Rail Trail offers it as a general illustration of the two rail trails in Haliburton County. FoRT is not involved in the management of these trails. Please read the following notes about trail management:

The "HCRT" rail trail is owned and maintained by the County of Haliburton, so please direct any concerns to the County public works department by phone: 705 286-1762, or by email: pweiss@county.haliburton.on.ca For serious violations, such as speeding or trespassing, call 911. Note: The County endorses ATV traffic on the HCRT from May 1 to November 30, between 10:00 am and dusk. According to the County, mulit-use including ATVing, walking and bicycling is permitted "At Own Risk". The I,B&O Rail Trail is open to all traffic, and some sections double as cottage access roads. It is maintained by the Municipality of Highlands East.