Moose Ridge Trail – Rating: Moderate – Length: 2 km, 0.5-1 hour
This trail winds along Raven Lake and up and over a small glacial ridge. This is an excellent trail for families and offers exceptional scenic vistas.

Echo Pond Trail – Rating: Moderate – Length: 6 km, 1.5 hours
This trail extends from Moose Ridge and continues along Raven Lake and over part of a steeper ridge system. The trail then wanders north along the west shore of Echo Pond where grassy wetlands provide an ideal place for sighting wildlife. Beaver, mink and the majestic moose are regular visitors to this area. Echo Pond Trail connects to the much longer Hawk Ridge Trail. Be sure to watch the trail signs so that you are not hiking onto the longer trail!

Hawk Ridge Trail – Rating: Difficult – Length: 15 km, 6-8 hours
This is the longest and most difficult hiking trail in the park. Hawk Ridge extends off the northern portion of Echo Pond Trail and travels deep into the heart of the interior. The trail passes through part of the forest devastated by the 2002 tornado when mature trees were instantaneously flattened. The trail visits several lakes including tiny Lost Lake with several low cliffs that provide great vantage points. One of the highlights of the trail is the lookout over Three Island Lake. It alone is worth the trip. There are a few interior campsites located along the last stretch of the trail that the weary hiker can rest for the night. * Interior camping fees apply.

Osprey Heights Trail – Rating: Moderate to Difficult – Length: 6 km, 2 hours
Located on the east side of Highway 144, towards the north end of the park, this trail starts across a short section of low wetland forest before climbing sharply up into the rugged rocky hills of the Canadian Shield. The trail meanders east through mossy clearings, forests and along cliff tops to the edge of Antrim Lake. The Osprey Heights Lookout provides a superb view from over 50 metres above Antrim Lake. This is a great photo opportunity and an ideal place to stop for lunch. The trail then loops back west.

HALFWAY LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS are some of the best hiking and nature trails near Sudbury.

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Length: 4 trails of 2, 6, 6 and 15 km.
Difficulty: Difficult (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: None
Fees: Park entrance fees

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: Park Washrooms

Phone: 705-965-2702

Find it: On highway 144 north of Sudbury

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 46.9081482
Longitude: -81.6325593