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Haliburton Rocks for Riding

DirtTrax
5/3/2007

ATV owners interested in an exceptional place to ride should check out the Haliburton All Terrain Vehicle Association (HATVA) website: HaliburtonATV.com.

This club is among the most active and well organized groups in Canada. Take, for example, the scope of the HATVA trail system: 1060 miles (1700 km) of marked, signed and mapped trails cover an area that includes the regions of Muskoka, Madawaska, Peterborough, Kawartha and Haliburton County.

Newly sanctioned associate member, the Algonquin West ATV Club, increases the HATVA catchment to include Near North Tourist jurisdictions north all the way to Sundridge, Ontario.

What this all means is this: You can unload your ATV, affix a HATVA membership to it and ride from destination to destination enjoying great trails. And these trials actually go somewhere - to hotels, restaurants and dealers and you can ride for weeks and never see the same trail twice!

How about this: You could spend a vacation riding the HATVA system, affiliated with ATVOntario, the provincial marketing arm for the sport - and have the off-road experience of a lifetime.

There's only one integrated system in Canada bigger than the HATVA system and that's the FCQC in Quebec.

To get this kind of trail system south of the border you would need to venture to the Hatfield McCoy Trails in West Virginia. Don't just take our word for it. We ride HATVA trails all season (it's where our Canadian offices are located!).

Come and find out for yourself what a real ATV touring excursion looks like.



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