[notification type=”normal”] An overnight parking ban (midnight to 7:00 am) is currently in effect in Dysart et al. [/notification] This is due to snow removal issues and applies to streets, roads and public parking areas (e.g., Head Lake parking). The fine associated with this offence is $200.00 and your vehicle may be towed away. [notification type=”normal”] […]
Hi everyone, After a mixed freeze-up, the lakes in HCSA’s trail system have been staked. Please ride with caution and stay safe!
Many riders are asking why, with all the snow on the ground, are the trails not open??! Haliburton’s terrain consists of water, rocks and hills. The biggest delays in opening trails are usually related to water. This year, the snow came before the frost was in the ground. As a result, swamps and wet spots […]
The trestle bridge in Haliburton County completed well ahead of schedule. Work included installation of steel beams the length of the bridge, replacing the decking, and replacing the railings. Congratulations to the county for a job well-done!
Based on the neighbours’ comments, it looks like work on the bridge will finish ahead of schedule. Installation of steel I-beams is complete and decking and railings are almost finished. Again, notice the fall colours. Haliburton is breathtaking this time of year!
Work continues to progress on the B103 trestle bridge. The bridge decking is over half completed. Notice how the leaves are changing colour in the background. Fall is here…
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Repairs are progressing rapidly. A layer of decking and a few I-beams have been installed.
Haliburton County has started rebuilding the Howland Junction trestle bridge, AKA B103 Rail Trail. The bridge requires major repairs including replacement of rotten decking, rails and ties. Source: Minden Times. Photos taken September 23, 2016.