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If you're a nature lover keen to see a real life wolf pack stalk the forests, or simply looking for a peaceful family break away from the hustle and bustle with plenty to see and do, then Haliburton is definitely worth a visit. The expansive, wild rolling countryside and glass-like waters of the many lakes in the area are home to a variety of fantastic outdoor pursuits. Mountain biking and hiking are ideal in summer, with snowmobile trails and ice fishing popular in winter months.

Things to see

Haliburton County as a whole boasts a huge variety of lakes, forests, and wildlife to discover, and simply taking a walk through the peaceful wooded trails makes for an enjoyable day out. Art enthusiasts and kids alike are sure to want to see the Haliburton Sculpture Forest though. The Sculpture Forest not only contains winding trails through the pristine woodland – you can also discover a large selection of intricate, inventive sculptures produced by both Canadian and international artists, making it a truly unique experience. If you're feeling inspired, then a visit to the Rails' End Gallery means you can hone your artistic skills at one of the workshops, or simply enjoy the vibrant and impressive art on display. A game or two of golf is always a great way to acquaint yourself with the natural landscape, and you can do just that on the finely preened fairways of Pinestone Golf Course.

Hotels in Haliburton

Haliburton hotels are refreshingly varied, despite the relatively remote nature of the county. You'll find luxury hotels that offer easy access to golfing and skiing, while providing guests with a comforting, warm indoor pool (perfect if you're visiting in winter) and succulent breakfast. There's also indulgent spa accommodation on offer, which is ideal if you're booking that long overdue romantic break for you and your partner. Even the more standard hotels in Haliburton offer easy access to the soft hush of some of the lakes shores, and of course, free wireless internet access in the lobby.

Where to stay

Almost anywhere you choose to stay will mean you'll be surrounded with panoramic views of endless pine forests and shimmering shorelines, but if you're on a family trip, then staying along Wigamog Road means you'll not only be moments from some sandy beaches, but also within easy reach of a number of other attractions such as the sculpture forest. Couples looking for that idyllic romantic getaway might consider a real off the beaten track retreat at Eagle's Lake. If you're mainly concerned with refining your drive in the day, and enjoying a few refreshing cocktails in the evening, then Soyers Lake Road is a perfect choice.

How to get to Haliburton

Flying into Ontario makes sense if you're traveling from an international destination. From here, hiring a car is advised, as the journey is particularly eye catching as you enter Haliburton County. That said, there are also light aircraft available for water landings on the lakes, which is certainly a spectacular way to view the area. Once in Haliburton, getting around by car or cab will be a must due to the sheer size of the area.