From Haliburton, ON travel west on Hwy 118 to Harburn Rd. (#19). Turn north. Follow Harburn Rd. north, and it will connect with Haliburton Lake Rd. (#14) at the northernmost point. Ride west on Haliburton Lake Rd., and the road soon turns south. Take this back to #118.
Haliburton County of Ontario is known as a tourist and cottage area in Central Ontario. It is renowned for its scenery and for its resident artists. Beautiful woods and forests line the entire route. Particularly nice in the Fall with the leaves changing colours.
This is a wonderful, sweeping ride. This route winds its way through nicely paved roads with very little traffic. The smooth roads lead around twists and turns, through some of the most beautiful landscapes.
There are absolutely zero amenities along this route. However, Haliburton, which is just 2 kms south on Hwy 118 has plenty tooffer. Walking around,window shopping, eating, gas - whatever you need. Many of the motorcyclists enjoy lunch at McKecks, which is on the main drag. Walt McKechnie of the Toronto Maple Leafs started this restaurant.