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Montreal schools
514-626-6240 or 888-409-6240
[email protected] www.skievolution.info
fax: 514-696-5979
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Planning a Trip for your Group ?
Vous planifiez une excursion pour votre groupe ?
Deluxe Coach or School Bus Transportation
Transport en autocar de luxe ou scolaire
Condominium or Hotel Lodging
L’hébergement (condominium ou hotel)
Lift tickets at ski resorts in Quebec & Vermont
Billet remonte pente
Snow Tubing or Rafting
Glissades
Adventure
Waterslides / Aquapark
Parc aquatique
Acro-Nature
Cultural Trips / voyages culturelles
New York, Toronto, Washington, Stratford,
Niagara Falls
Call or write for a quote today !!!!
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514 626-6240 1-888-409-6240, [email protected]
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Table of Contents – 2008 - Montreal
(Schools / scolaire) ☺
Introduction...............................................................................................
OVERNIGHT DESTINATIONS ............................................................................................. 5
Mont Ste. Anne ..................................................................................................................................... 6
Mont Tremblant, Le Massif ................................................................................................................ 7
Stoneham............................................................................................................................................... 8
Mont Blanc............................................................................................................................................ 8
Mont Habitant ...................................................................................................................................... 9
Smuggler’s Notch ................................................................................................................................. 9
Jay Peak ................................................................................................................................................ 9
Suggestions for Group Organizers. .................................................................................................. 10
General Group Information.............................................................................................................. 12
Sample Sign-Up Form / Flyer ........................................................................................................... 13
Parent Authorization Form............................................................................................................... 15
Behavioural Contract......................................................................................................................... 16
Rental Form........................................................................................................................................ 17
DAY / NIGHT SKIING TRIPS (Lift Tickets) ....................................................... 18
General Information .......................................................................................................................... 18
Rod Roy Rewards............................................................................................................................... 19
LAURENTIANS
Mont Saint Sauveur ........................................................................................................................... 20
Mt. Avila, Ski Morin Heights, Mont Olympia, Mt. Gabriel ........................................................... 20
Mont Habitant .................................................................................................................................... 21
Chantecler........................................................................................................................................... 21
Mont Blanc.......................................................................................................................................... 21
Mont Tremblant ................................................................................................................................. 22
Tubing & Rafting Centres................................................................................................................. 23
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS
Mont Orford ....................................................................................................................................... 24
Owl's Head.......................................................................................................................................... 24
Bromont .............................................................................................................................................. 24
Mont Sutton ........................................................................................................................................ 24
QUEBEC CITY / CHARLEVOIX
Mont Ste. Anne ................................................................................................................................... 25
Stoneham............................................................................................................................................. 25
Le Massif............................................................................................................................................. 25
VERMONT
Smuggler's Notch ............................................................................................................................... 26
Jay Peak .............................................................................................................................................. 26
Sugarbush ........................................................................................................................................... 26
BUS RENTAL .................................................................................................................................... 27
New York / Toronto Cultural Trips ................................................................................................. 28
** NEW ** Outdoor Education Activities .................................................................................. 30
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Dear Group Organizer,
Ski Rod Roy & Ski Evolution Inc. operate out of Montreal as tour operators that specialize in skiing and
snowboarding. For the past seventeen years we have been providing schools in Montreal, Ottawa/Hull,
Kingston, Cornwall, and Toronto with affordable ski programs.
Associated with Montreal's largest traveling ski school we are able to extend our discounted group
rates to public and private schools. Booking your ski trip through our agency will not cost you more
and in almost all cases will save your group money.
We can help you organize single day trips and overnight excursions. We have selected several
condominium complexes that provide outstanding accommodations for groups. Enclosed you will find
details on each particular lodging complex.
Ski Rod Roy - Ski Evolution Inc. acts as a wholesale partner with the following ski centers:
Mont St. Sauveur / Avila
Mont Tremblant
Mont Blanc
Mont Habitant
Mt. Olympia
Chantecler
Ski Morin Heights
Mt. Gabriel
Tubing/Rafting Centres
Ste. Anne
Le Massif
Jay Peak, Vt.
Sugarbush, Vt.
Smuggler’s Notch, Vt.
Stowe, Vt.
Sutton
Orford
Owl’s Head
Whiteface NY
Killington Vt.
Stoneham
Le Massif du Sud
With trips that involve accommodation we will provide staff to assist you with supervision & activities
and we will also provide instruction for all beginners.
Other services that we offer include educational tours to Toronto, Stratford, New York City,
Washington, Boston and the Quebec City / Charlevoix Regions. Destination ski trips to the
Rockies and Europe are also available. Outdoor educational excursions can be arranged at Mont
Orford and Ski Morin Heights.
This handbook has been designed to assist you with the organization of your group's excursion. We
look forward to working with your group this winter.
Sincerely,
Doug Roy
Director
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OVERNIGHT DESTINATIONS
When choosing a destination for your multi-day ski trip there are several important factors to consider.
Each destination has different qualities. What might be good for a group of 13 year old nonskiers/snowboarders would probably not be acceptable to a group of 16 year old experienced
skiers/snowboarders.
When planning your trip look at the following factors:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Age of students.
Overall skiing/snowboarding ability of the group.
Type of meals necessary (i.e. meal plans).
Need for extra activities.
Trip dates.
The age of the students will determine the type of accommodation that you will require and the amount of
supervisors needed to adequately chaperone the group. With younger students an easily contained
small ski area is usually the best option. Older students can be placed in condominium style
accommodations.
The overall skiing/snowboarding ability of the group will affect your destination. If you have primarily
“beginners” you do not need to go to one of the more expensive high profile destinations.
Group meals for younger students can be arranged at many of the destinations. For older students,
staying in condominiums allows them the freedom to bring their own food which keeps the cost of the trip
down.
Most groups like to be able to keep the students busy in the evening with an organized activity. Each
destination offers different facilities for use in the evening. Evening activities can also include a trip to
Quebec City, a dance, or some kind of show put on by the students (i.e. lip-synch, talent show, etc.)
The date of your trip will affect the cost and availability of accommodations. Generally the month of
January and first two weeks of February are the most economical times for groups. Many establishments
do not accept students during the peak periods at the end of February and beginning of March.
On the following pages you will find the different destinations available. Each resort will have a brief
description of the ski hill followed by the various lodging facilities and corresponding prices. Prices will
vary depending on the dates of the trip.
All Rod Roy - Ski Evolution Inc. packages typically include the following:
- Transportation by Deluxe Coach
- Lodging (maximum occupancy).
- Lift Tickets
- Lessons for all beginners.
- Organized evening activities
- Shuttle Bus (if necessary).
- Equipment rentals (if necessary)
- All Taxes.
Services of a Rod Roy - Ski Evolution representative.
One free package for every twenty purchased.
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MONT STE ANNE is considered by many to be the top rated ski resort in Quebec. Extensive
snowmaking and an elaborate lift system provides excellent support to the many challenging trails offered
at Mont Ste. Anne. Facilities include a user friendly “Magic Carpet” beginner lift, 3 recent gladed trails,
half pipe and two terrain parks.
HOTEL VAL DES NEIGES
Hotel style accommodation, located 1 km from the base of Mont Ste. Anne, accommodating four persons per unit.
The Hotel V.D.N. has an indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, and video room. Free shuttle service to/from Mont Ste.
Anne. Complete restaurant services, including economical meal plans for groups.
AU PIED du MONT
Deluxe condominiums located 1.5 km from the base of the mountain. A continuous shuttle service transports
skiers to and from the lifts. The condos are fully equipped and have fireplaces. A Recreation Complex offers a pool
and hot tub. Six students per 2 bedroom condo.
CHALETS MONT STE. ANNE
Spacious condominiums located at the base of Mont Ste. Anne. All condominiums have fully equipped kitchens
and living rooms with fireplaces. There are 3, 4, or 5 bedroom units to accommodate 6, 8 and 10 persons
respectively. Very luxurious.
CHALETS MONTMORENCY
Swiss style chalets and large condos located .5 km from the mountain. All condos are fully equipped and have
fireplaces. An indoor pool and hot-tub offers a great way to relax after skiing. Ten to twelve persons per unit.
CHATEAU MONT STE. ANNE
Spacious hotel rooms (quad occupancy) located at the base of Mont Ste. Anne. All rooms are equipped with a
kitchenette. Pool and sauna, games room and cinema located on the premises. Very luxurious.
AU DOMAINE DES NEIGES (formerly Val des Neiges)
A newly renovated building consisting of a variety of deluxe condominiums and the best sports complex in the
region. All condos are fully equipped with a complete kitchen. Accommodates six persons per 2 bedroom condo.
Free shuttle service to/from Mont Ste. Anne, and 8 persons per 3 bedroom condo.
Packages (price per person) starting at :
2008
Package
(#Nights
, #Days)
Max Occ
2N/2D
2N/3D
3N/3D
4N/4D
5N/5D
Au Pied du Mont Condos
Econ = Mar.16 –Apr.30
Reg. = Jan.6 – Feb.16
Midweek
Econ. Reg
6
205
239
265
325
379
6
220
255
285
349
415
Weekend
Econ.
Reg.
6
225
239
265
N/A
N/A
Chalets Mt. Ste.
Anne or Au
Domaine des
Neiges
(add $10 for Feb.1Mar.23)
Chalets Montmorency
Max. occ. 10, or 12 &
Chateau Mt. Ste. Anne
Max Occ. = 4
Midweek
Midweek
Weekend
Weekend
Hotel Val des Neiges
Econ. = Jan.06 – Jan.31
Reg = Feb.01-Mar.16
Midweek
Econ. Reg
Weekend
Econ. Reg.
6
10
10
4 or 12
4 or 12
4
4
4
4
240
225
245
220
235
219
229
229
249
255
255
259
249
249
245
255
255
275
285
295
299
275
269
285
295
295
315
N/A
N/A
Note : All packages are based on a minimum 40/bus and max. occ.
Note : Ottawa departures : Add $10.00 per person.
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Le Massif has a strong reputation for great skiing. Nestled in the Charlevoix
region, it averages 6.5 metres of snow annually, and has the highest vertical drop in
Quebec at 770 m. In 2001 a $25 million expansion was undertaken – which added
16 new trails, a state of the art racing facility, and a new restaurant/lodge at the top
of the mountain. Views of the St. Lawrence River are breathtaking. In 2005, Le
Massif replaced their double-chair with a high speed quad chair, added (6) new
trails, and upgraded the snowmaking at lower elevations.
Deluxe condos are available in Petite Rivière Saint-Francois, which is 8 km from the base
of Le Massif. Chalets Le Versant du Massif provides newly constructed “top quality”
condos for 6 to 12 persons. The complex has a free shuttle service to/from Le Massif,
fully equipped kitchens, fireplaces, and panoramic views of the Charlevoix area.
Chalets Le Versant du Massif Condos
Package
Regular Season
Econo Season
Jan. 07-21, Mar.18-Apr.05
Jan.22-Feb.16
(#Nights, #Days)
Midweek
Weekend
Midweek
Weekend
2N/2D
245
275
260
285
2N/3D
290
299
295
315
3N/3D
305
325
310
355
Note : Ottawa departures : Add $5.00 per person.
MONT TREMBLANT has undertaken the largest ski area expansion in Canadian
history. The 8 passenger heated gondola gets you to the top in 7 minutes. New
lifts, trails, restaurants and increased snowmaking ensure that your ski trip will
be a success. La Source is a unique water park that offers indoor and outdoor
whirlpools and swimming pools. Enjoy the gladed trails, fantastic half pipe and
the snow park.
COMFORT INN ST. JOVITE / MONT TREMBLANT
This hotel opened in December 1998 and overlooks the valley of Saint-Jovite. It is located within walking distance
of the town center. The hotel features standard rooms with 2 queen beds, private bathroom and cable T.V..
Lodging includes a complimentary continental breakfast, indoor pool and hot-tub. Tube slides extra. Catered meals
available.
TREMBLANT SUITES
Offers luxurious condo accommodations located at the base of the lifts. Most units offer a complete kitchen,
separate bedrooms, T.V. and fireplace Enjoy the convenience and charm of the Village at Mont Tremblant with
over 100 shops, restaurants and activities.
Packages (price per person) starting at :
COMFORT INN
Package
(#Nights,
#Days)
2N/2D
2N/3D
3N/3D
3N/4D
Midweek or weekend
Econo Season
219
275
299
345
Regular Season
245
299
329
385
Econo Season = Jan.03-Feb.15, Mar.25–Apr.27
Regular Season = Feb.24 –Mar.24
Note :
LES SUITES TREMBLANT
Midweek or weekend
Late Season
260
300
350
390
Econo Season
265
309
359
400
Regular Season
289
339
395
445
Econo Season = Jan.01 – Feb.14
Regular Season = Feb. 24 – Mar.21
Late Season = Mar.17 – Apr.27
Accommodations are subject to availability at the Les Suites Tremblant, and prices may vary without notice.
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STONEHAM offers an excellent alternative for groups of
young skiers. Lodging located at the base of the
mountain allows easy access to day or night skiing.
Located only twenty minutes from Quebec City.
Stoneham has a vertical drop of 1,380 feet, modern lifts
and snow grooming. There is a skating rink and a
meeting room available
HOTEL STONEHAM
Spacious and tastefully decorated rooms located at the base of the ski lifts. Quad occupancy and the option of a
meal plan.
STONEHAM STUDIOS
Modern studios and condos located at the base of the slopes. Fully equipped with dishwasher, fireplace and T.V..
Quad occupancy.
STONEHAM STUDIOS
Package
(#Nights,
#Days)
Midweek or weekend
Super
Economy
Jan.6-31, Feb.
3-7,Feb.10-14
2N/2D
2N/3D
3N/3D
4N/4D
5N/5D
209
235
265
320
375
Econo
Season
HOTEL STONEHAM
Midweek or weekend
Regular
Early & Late
Season
Season
Nov.01Jan.4-5,
Feb.15Dec.22, Mar.18–Apr.01
Feb.1-2,8-9,
Mar.15
Mar. 21-24
225
259
199
250
289
225
290
345
255
355
425
309
415
505
365
Note : Ottawa departures : Add $10.00 per person.
Econo
Season
Regular
Season
Jan.03-Feb.15
Feb.16-Mar.17
205
235
265
320
379
215
245
280
340
405
MONT BLANC - situated in beautiful St. Faustin, a great sheltered environment
for young students. Mont Blanc has 35 trails, 3 peaks and 8 lifts with new and improved
snowmaking capacity this season.
COMFORT INN ST-JOVITE
Located five minutes from Mont Blanc this hotel opened in December 1998 and is located overlooking the valley of
Saint Jovite, within walking distance of the town center. The hotel features standard rooms with 2 queen beds,
private bathroom and cable T.V.. Lodging includes a complimentary continental breakfast, indoor pool, hot-tub.
Tube slides next door for evening activities. Shuttle bus to take group to/from Mont Blanc is included.
Package
(#Nights, #Days)
2N/2D
2N/3D
3N/3D
Value Season
Regular Season
Jan.03-Feb.14, Mar.25 – Apr.30
Feb.12 – Mar.18
Midweek
Weekend
Midweek
Weekend
175
190
185
205
199
229
209
239
225
245
239
259
Note : Meals not included with the exception of a free continental breakfast.
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LEARN TO SKI PROGRAM
Mont Habitant Packages Includes:
δ 2 or 3 full days of skiing with instruction
δ 1 or 2 nights hotel accommodation
δ 2 breakfasts, 2 dinners
δ Transportation by school bus (min. 40 per bus)
δ Ski Evolution / Ski Rod Roy Representative
δ Activities include: night skiing, ice skating,
hockey, bonfire, marshmallow roast ....
δ Large lounge area for videos and indoor
games, etc...
δ Animation in the evenings by school
chaperones and the Ski Evolution Staff.
Value added LESSON PACKAGE:
2 days = 9 hrs. ski instruction !!
3 days = 15 hrs. ski instruction !!
Monday-Friday
Cost per Student
With Lessons
Cost per Student
Without Lessons
1N / 2D
$169
$149
2N/3D
$259
Deluxe bus
Add $20
$219
Add $20 Mtl.
Add $10 Ottawa
Note: Chaperones - meals, lift tickets and lodging
are complimentary (1 chaperone to 15 students)
Rental equipment : Add $17.00 per day
Note : Ottawa departures : Add $20.00 per person to the above prices.
Situated in the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont.. Smugglers Notch offers a choice of
three mountains and an impressive condominium complex. Condos are very spacious, and
provide fully equipped kitchens, fireplace, and indoor pool/hot-tub. Night time ice skating
and tubing available. The condo village offers a variety of activities and events to entertain
all ages. Meal plans also available. New for 2004 – 40 acres of gladed trails have been
added.
1N/2D
2N/2D
2N/3D
3N/3D
Midweek
Midweek
Weekend
Midweek
Weekend
Weekend
$219
279
299
299
319
385
Note : Ottawa departures : Add $15.00 per person to the above prices.
Jay Peak receives an average of 357 inches of snow and 30 powder days per season.
Expansion over the past few years has resulted in two new quad chair lifts, plenty of new
gladed trails, and one hundred acres of off-piste terrain. Jay Peak also has excellent
terrain for beginner and intermediate skiers/snowboarders. Accommodations include “hotel
rooms” or “deluxe slopeside condos”. Prices starting at :
2N/2D Midweek
2N/3D Weekend
Mon-Fri
$325
Fri-Sun
$369
Note : Ottawa departures : Add $10.00 per person.
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Suggestions For Trip Organizers
This section of your handbook has been put together to help you organize your group's ski/snowboarding
excursion. It includes the following general points :
Packages Offered by Ski Rod Roy / Ski Evolution Inc.
We have selected several destinations that are popular and ideal for groups. Included within our
packages are transportation, lift tickets, accommodation, ski and snowboard instruction and
evening activities. Our staff will offer assistance during the activities but we would like the group
chaperones to assume a leading role.
Selection of Date & Destination
Organizers should select the ski excursion date as early as possible in the Fall. September and early
October are a good time to make this decision as many of the choice booking dates have been taken by
November.
The selection of the date could have an impact on the overall cost of your trip. Mid-week trips are
generally less expensive and accommodation is more readily available. The time of year also has an
impact on price; excursions during January and early February are less expensive than excursions during
late February and early March.
Procedures To Save Time & Anxiety
1.
Presentation of Ski Package to Group
When presenting the ski package to prospective skiers, it is advisable to include a brief
explanation of the following information:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
2.
The destination.
The length of the trip (specific dates).
The cost of the trip and an explanation of the payment plan.
Description of the ski area and accommodations (provide trail maps and brochures).
Whether participants will cook their own food or select the meal plan provided by the resort.
How to complete the necessary forms and the date they must be returned.
Letter to Group (parents) Highlighting The Trip
A letter to the parents explaining the above information is advisable.
3.
Confirmation of Skiers
A specific date should be set for receiving completed application forms. It is important that all the
information be completed when the participants hand in their forms. Having participants return all
post dated cheques with their registration forms will save the group organizer time and
aggravation.
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4.
Rooming Lists
It is advisable that participants organize themselves into specified groups well before the
departure date for your trip. This allows us the time to ensure that there will not be any last
minute surprises upon your arrival.
5.
Meeting To Outline Detailed Itinerary
A second meeting closer to the departure date should be held to explain the itinerary in greater
detail. For instance, where and when the bus will leave from on your departure date and what
time wake-up occurs in the morning. An itinerary to suit your needs can be prepared upon
request.
6.
Damage Deposits
All participants will be required to include a security deposit with their registration form. This
security deposit will be returned provided no damage has been done by the group. The return of
the security deposit will take place within five days of the completion of the trip.
7.
Room Inspection
Upon arrival each room will be issued a damage check-list that must be completed carefully. This
check-list must handed in to your Rod Roy - Ski Evolution representative as soon as possible.
This is necessary to ensure that members of your group are not held responsible for existing
damage or missing items.
8.
Chaperones
As the organizer of your trip it is important that you find reliable chaperones. The chaperones can
be used prior to the trip to help you with paperwork. During the trip chaperones can help with condo
checks and activities. If you have extra chaperones you will have to make arrangements to pay any
additional costs.
9.
Telephone Calls
During your trip the telephones are generally limited to local calls only. This eliminates the
problem of a large disputed phone bill at the end of your trip. The only phone that will be left
open for long distance calls will be the one in the supervisor's room(s).
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GENERAL GROUP INFORMATION
For Overnight Trips
Reservation :
In order to secure space for your group it is best to reserve during the months of
September and October.
Deposits :
Payments may be made in two installments. We suggest that you collect two cheques
as each student signs up for the trip. The second cheque should be made payable 60
days prior to the scheduled date of the trip. Cheques should be made payable to Ski
Evolution Inc. or to your school.
Rooming Lists:
Please provide a rooming list 14 days prior to departure.
Refunds :
Will be issued only if a request is made in writing 30 days prior to
departure. There is a $ 50.00 penalty on all refunds. . If a request for a
refund is submitted less than 30 days prior to departure the following
cancellation fees will apply;
1 month to 10 days prior to departure = 50% of total trip cost
less than 10 days prior to departure = 100% of total trip cost
Damage Deposits:
A $ 40.00 damage deposit per person is required on registration. This damage deposit
will be returned to students provided no damage has been done by the group. Please
use a separate cheque or cash for the damage deposit.
G.S.T. & P.S.T.
Listed prices include the GST and PST.
Transportation :
All transportation will be by Deluxe Coach unless otherwise noted.
Ski Instruction:
Mandatory instruction will be given to all beginners on the first day of the trip. Optional
lessons will be available for intermediate and advanced skiers. (Mid-week trips only).
Evening Activities :
Organized evening activities will be available upon request. Possible activities include;
bowling, trip to Quebec City for Mont Ste. Anne and Stoneham groups, sleigh rides,
facilities for a dance, video games and movies.
Lift tickets :
Each person will be issued a lift ticket for the duration of the trip on the first day. Lost
tickets cannot always be replaced.
Comps :
One free package per 20 students will be issued. A Ski Evolution representative will be
available throughout your trip.
Equipment Rentals :
Equipment rentals will be arranged upon demand. Equipment rentals are extra.
Organizers will be required to fill out a RENTAL FORM at least two weeks prior to the
trip departure.
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PARENT AUTHORIZATION FORM
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT FORM
SCHOOL:___________________
EVENT:____________________________
PERSON IN CHARGE:__________________________________________________
HEALTH INSURANCE NO.:_______________________________
DATE OF LAST TETANUS INJECTION:_______________________________________
MEDICAL ALERTS, ALLERGIES ETC.________________________________________
1. _______________________,a minor in my legal charge, is hereby granted permission to
(name of student)
participate in the above-described activity.
2. The above-named "Person in Charge" is appointed with full power to authorize the admission
to hospital, if deemed necessary by a medical doctor, and emergency medical treatment
recommended by a medical doctor, to be given to the said minor while he/she is in
attendance at, or traveling to or from, the above named event. Item 2 applies if the consent
of myself (parent, tutor or guardian) or my spouse cannot be given to the said doctor by
telephone within a reasonable period of time.
Signed this ________day of the month of _______________ , 2____at ________________
Signature:_____________________________
---------------------------------------------------------------------
PARENT/TUTOR/GUARDIAN:_______________________________________________
HOME ADDRESS:_________________________________________________________
HOME TELEPHONE:____________________ALT. TEL.NO:_______________________
(neighbor / relative)
BUSINESS:
TELEPHONE:
______________________
(FATHER)
________________________
(MOTHER)
MOTHER'S MAIDEN NAME:_________________________________________________
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BEHAVIOURAL CONTRACT
I contract to :
3. Completely abstain from alcohol and drugs during the trip.
4. Ensure that my behavior is such that I will not cause harm to others.
5. Respect other guests, employees and property of the hotel and the ski
area.
6. Conduct myself in a way such that my parents and the school can be
proud of me.
7. Travel only as a group by means decided by the group leaders.
8. Not enter a room of any member of the opposite sex after 11:00 p.m.
9. Adhere to all curfews as specified by the group leaders.
10. Assume responsibility for any loss or damage of items or facilities which
I have caused.
11. Abide by the decisions of the group leaders on where and when to ski.
12. Not to leave the ski area unless given permission by a teacher.
If any rules are violated the offending student may be asked to return
home early. Any additional transportation costs will be the responsibility of
the parents. No refunds will be issued in these circumstances.
I,______________________ have read the above information and agree to
the contract.
_______________________
Signature of the student
______________________
Signature of the parent or guardian
____/____/____
D
M
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Centre de Ski / Ski Center
Date du voyage / Trip Date
Nom du Groupe / Group Name
Responsable / Group Leader
Catégories / Categories
Intro Ski
Intro Planche / Board
Location Ski Rental
Location planche / board
Location Snowblade rental
Veuillez utiliser une page séparée pour chaque catégorie différente.
& (514) 626-6240
Fax (514) 696-5979
Please use a separate page for each different category.
Location / Rentals
#
Niveau / Abilty:
NOM / NAME
Débutant / Beginner I
Sexe/ Sex
F
M
Taillle
Height
Intermediare / Intermediate II
Poids
Weight
Pointure
Shoe Size
Expert III
Planche / Snowboard
Pied avant / Foot forward
Right/droit Left/Gauche
Niveau
Ability
Leçon
Intro
Lesson ?
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DAY & NIGHT SKIING
GENERAL INFORMATION
Ski Rod Roy & Ski Evolution, act as wholesalers for ski lift tickets, charters buses, and also arranges
equipment rentals & lessons. Groups of 20 or more purchasing lift tickets and/or renting buses can make
substantial savings by giving us a call. On the subsequent pages of this brochure we have listed the various ski
regions and ski resorts that we represent.
1. Client Savings:
SKI EVOLUTION is able to pass along to its hundreds of clients substantial savings in their ski packages and
thus make skiing more affordable. We are able to offer these savings because of our large volume of sales.
2. Reward Program:
We are pleased to be able to offer our clients a Reward Program that acknowledges the time and effort
required to organize a successful ski excursion. Ski Evolution will arrange for the Reward Points to be used as
a means of fundraising if it better suits the needs of certain organizations. You will find additional information
on the Rewards Program in this brochure.
3. Complimentary Lift Tickets:
One free lift ticket for every twenty (20) tickets purchased with the exception of Sutton and Tremblant (North
side only) where the complimentary tickets are based on one free lift ticket for every fifteen (15) tickets
purchased.
4. Payment for buses and lift tickets:
Clients will be billed the day after the trip for buses, number of lift tickets used and other services such as rental
equipment & lessons. Payments is due (30) thirty days after receipt of the invoice.
5. G.S.T. and P.S.T:
All lift tickets and bus prices contained in this brochure include 6% G.S.T. and 7.5% T.V.Q..
6. Prices & Services Subject to Change without Notice.
7. Cancellations :
Failure to notify Ski Evolution of cancellations may result in financial penalties. This includes bus
reservations, rental equipment, ski and snowboard lessons, and lift tickets. All cancellations must be
communicated to Ski Evolution by telephone at least (48) hours in advance of the scheduled trip date.
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Rod Roy Rewards Program
We are pleased to be able to offer a Reward Program in recognition of the time and effort required to
successfully organize a group ski excursion. Listed below are some of the Rewards that are currently available.
Reward
Code
RR1
RR2
RR3
RR4
RR5
RR6
RR7
RR8
RR9
RR10
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Reward Description
Complimentary ski lift passes (1 day) for two persons at Mont
Tremblant.
Complimentary ski lift passes (1 day) for two persons at Mont
Orford.
Complimentary ski lift passes (1 day) for two persons at Mont St.
Sauveur.
Complimentary ski lift passes (1 day) for two persons at Mont
Sutton.
Complimentary ski lift passes (1day) for two persons at Mont Ste
Anne.
Two nights lodging at Hotel Jay Peak (Hotel room) plus
complimentary ski lift passes (2 days) for two persons at Jay Peak
Two nights lodging at Hotel Baie St. Paul in the Charlevoix Region
plus complimentary ski lift passes (2 days) for two persons at Le
Massif.
Two nights lodging at the Comfort Inn in Saint Jovite (10 km from
Mt. Tremblant) plus complimentary ski lift passes (2 days) for two
persons at Mont Tremblant.
Two nights lodging at Auberge Baker (B&B Hotel) or Hotel Val des
Neiges plus complimentary ski lift passes (2 days) for two persons at
Mont Ste Anne or (2 days) for two persons at Le Massif.
Two nights lodging at Mont Tremblant (1 bedroom condo.) plus
complimentary ski lift passes (2 days) for two persons at Mont
Tremblant.
Points Required
9,200
4,200
4,800
6,000
8,000
50,000
50,000
55,000
60,000
65,000
Rewards subject to change.
Some Rewards may be subject to availability.
Rewards may be accumulated for three years (36 months) before expiry.
Rewards can not be used during the Christmas holidays and school break weeks.
Reward points may not be accumulated for ski rentals and Intro To Ski packages.
Rewards apply to “day trips” only, not to overnight packages.
Call (514)
626-6240 or Email [email protected]
to redeem your Reward.
Happy Skiing!!
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LES LAURENTIDES / LAURENTIANS
La Vallée de Saint-Sauveur
Groups 2008 (Groupes)
Mont AVILA
Mont OLYMPIA
SKI MORIN HEIGHTS
School
Group
Weekdays (09:00 to 18:00)
Weekend & Holidays (08:30 to 18:00)
Nights (15:00 to closing) *** midweek
Nights (15:00 to closing) *** weekend
Ski or Snowboard Rental
Ski or Snowboard Rental
+ Lift Ticket (midweek)
Ski or Snowboard Rental + Lift Ticket
+ 60 min. Intro Lesson
21
24 (6-12)
34 (13+)
21
CECEP /
University
+ Seniors
24
Adult
26
34
34
24
26
21 (6-12)
26 (13+)
26
21
School
Group
17
21 (6-12)
28 (13+)
17
CECEP /
University
+Seniors
19
Adult
22
28
28
19
22
School
Group
13
18 (6-12)
28 (13+)
13
CECEP /
University
+Seniors
15
Adult
16
28
28
15
16
22
13 (6-12)
16 (13+)
16
16
22
22
21
22
22
29
33
-
28
30
-
31
-
-
30
-
-
26
17 (6-12)
22 (13+)
22
22
22
21
35
40
-
37
-
-
(Lessons begin @ 09:30 or 11h00)
Complimentary lift ticket ratio
Rod Roy Reward Points
1:20
75
75
1:20
100
55
55
1:20
100
55
55
100
NOTES: FOR ST.SAUVEUR, Mt. AVILA, Mt. OLYMPIA, MORIN HEIGHTS, MONT GABRIEL
•
•
•
•
•
•
Weekend rates apply Dec. 22, 2007 to Jan.06, 2008.
School group rates apply to Grades 1 – 11 and accompanying supervisors.
Intro Program is for school groups only and is available Monday to Friday, at 09h30 or 11h00.
Intro Program includes a 60 min. evaluation/lesson, lift ticket, and equipment rental.
Intro-Ski and Intro Snowboard programs are not available Dec.22, 2007 to Jan. 06, 2008.
Intro-Ski classes requires a minimum of 10 students. Intro Snowboard classes requires a minimum of 5 students.
*** Night skiing at Morin Heights, Mt. Olympia and Mt. Gabriel available only on Fridays/Saturdays.
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LES LAURENTIDES / LAURENTIANS
Groups 2008
(Groupes)
Adult
6-12 yrs.
22
29
22
26 Wkd
15
19
15,19 Wkd
26
21
-
-
-
-
28
-
-
-
31
-
-
30
-
-
-
31
-
-
30
-
13-17 yrs.
Adult
6-12 yrs.
Weekdays (09:00 to 18:00)
Weekend & Holidays (08:30 to 16:00)
Nights (15:00 to closing)
14
19
14
14
19
14
16
22
16
Ski Rental
20
21
21
14.50
17
16
19 Wkd
Snowboard rental
23
25
25
20
-
-
-
28
28
31
31
Ski or Snowboard Rental
+ Lift Ticket
Ski Rental + Lift Ticket + Intro Ski
Lesson (09:00 to 16:00)
Snowboard rental + Lift Ticket +
Intro Snow Lesson (09:00 to 16:00)
Complimentary lift ticket ratio
Rod Roy Reward Points
1:20
50
50
School
Group
15
19
15,19 Wkd
19
21 Wkd
19
21 Wkd
School
Group
14.50
24
16
26 Wkd
20
26 Wkd
6-12 yrs.
21
1:20
75
50
50
Adult
19
25
16
21 Wkd
21
1:20
80
75
75
75
NOTES: FOR MONT HABITANT, Mt. BLANC and SKI CHANTECLER
•
•
•
•
•
School Group rates and Intro Programs are not valid for : Dec. 22, 2007 to Jan.06, 2008 and during school breaks.
Holiday rates apply from Dec.22, 2007 to Jan.06, 2008
Intro Programs are for school groups only and are available Monday to Friday.
Intro Program includes a 60 min. evaluation/lesson, lift ticket, and equipment rental.
Intro-Ski & Intro-Mini-Ski requires a minimum of 6 students, Intro Snowboard requires a minimum of 6 students.
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Tremblant Winter 2007-2008 "Lift tickets grid" Day Groups
December 2007
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
January 2008
Mon
Tue
Sun
Wed
31 New
1
G
3
G
4
G
G
10
G
G
G
24
D
G
D
F
F
26
A
D
27
A
28
A
ADULT
6
F
28
F
F
29
F
F
20
E
25
F
30
19
E
24
13
E
18
F
23
E
12
E
17
F
22
F
30
A
A
Sun
5
11
F
16
F
21
F
29
Sat
4
10
F
15
F
23
D
Fri
3
9
F
14
F
22
8
F
16
F
21
7
F
15
F
20
G
25
14
Thu
2
18-64 yrs
Year
9
G
1
C ad / E Youtht&chC ad / E Youtht&chC ad / E Youtht&chC ad / E Youtht&chE
A
8
G
13
19
G
7
G
12
18
G
6
G
11
17
G
5
2
G
All taxes included
26
E
27
E
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
66.00 $
61.00 $
54.00 $
51.00 $
46.00 $
42.00 $
32.00 $
31
F
Youth 13-17 yrs
Senior 65+
February 2008
Mon
March 2008
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
1
F
4
E
5
E
E
11
E
6
12
E
18
E
19
20
17
B
22
3
QC2
ON1
23
24
ON2
4
D
Thu
Fri
5
D
10
C
Washington
Sat
11
C
D
C
C
25
E
C
26
E
C
27
E
C
28
E
Sun
18
13
C
19
C
24
29
C
25
E
E
E
15
B
22 Easter
B
29
E
E
1 Rates applicable to groups of 20 or more.
2 Reservations must be made 14 days in advance to be entitled to complimentary lift passes.
Mon
Tue
31
F
1
F
7
F
Wed
2
F
8
F
Thu
3
F
9
F
Fri
4
F
10
F
Sat
5
F
11
F
Sun
6
F
12
F
Equipment rentals (skis or snowboards) : $38 (adults)
3 Complimentary lift passes : South side 1:20
13
F
4 Points
A
C
E
Rod Roy
B
D
F
G
North side 1:15
Adult
Youth/Sr..
Child
250
200
150
200
100
75
100
50
50
47.00 $
45.00 $
39.00 $
35.00 $
30.00 $
27.00 $
22.00 $
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Youth
30
E
April 2008
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
B
28
E
16
B
21
27
9
C
14
20
26
8
C
C
2
C
7
D
12
C
17
6
C ad / E Youtht&chC ad / E Youtht&chC ad / E Youtht&chC ad / E Youtht&chB
C
QC1
Wed
1
D
16
B
21
10
B
15
E
Tue
C
9
B
14
Mon
3
C
8
E
13
E
C
7
E
Sun
2
6-12 yrs
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
39.00 $
34.00 $
29.00 $
26.00 $
25.00 $
24.00 $
17.00 $
$25 (17 yrs. and less)
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TUBING / RAFTING (Laurentians & Quebec City)
GLISSADES SUR TUBES
Groups 2008
(Groupes)
09h00-17h00 M-Th
09h00-2100 Fr./Sat.
(15 tubing, 2 rafting)
(8 tubing)
(17 tubing, 13 rafting)
(36 tubing, 6 rafting)
Services offered :
Tubing & Rafting
Tubing
Tubing & Rafting
Tubing & Rafting
Groups 6-12 yrs.
17
12
17 Sun-Fri
19.50 Sat
Groups 13-17 yrs.
17 midweek
21 weekend & holidays
12
University
19 midweek
21 weekend & holidays
12
21
12
14.75 with school group
15.50 with corp. group
16.50 with school group
18.50 with corp. group Sun-Fri
20.50 with corp. group Sat.
16.50 with Univ. group
18.50 with corp. group Sun-Fri
20.50 with corp. group Sat.
18.50 Sun-Fri.
20.50 Sat.
# trails / pistes
Adult
Complimentary lift ticket ratio
17 Sun-Fri
19.50 Sat
19.50 Sun-Fri
21.50 Sat
29
1:20
NOTES: FOR ST. JEAN de MATHA
• A minimum of 30 participants is required to qualify for Group Rates
• Saturday rates apply during school the Quebec school break (Mar.2-8, 2008)
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EASTERN TOWNSHIPS / Cantons de l’est
Groups 2008
(Groupes)
Child
School
14-17
yrs.
School
Univ.
14-23
Adult
6-13
yrs.
14-17
yrs.
Student
18-25 &
65+yrs.
Adult
School
Group
CEGEP
Univ.
Adult
Lift ticket - Weekdays
16
16
21
28
15 sch.
20
15 sch
22
25
36
20
25
32
Lift ticket - Weekend
21
26
26
34
28
28
33
44
32
32
42
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
25
30
Ski Rental
9 / 19
9 / 19
19
19
Please contact the office for prices
Snowboard Rental
9 / 19
9 / 19
19
19
Please contact the office for prices
Intro-Ski (Mon-Fri.)
8.25
8.25
13.50
13.50
-
-
-
-
Intro-Snowboard (M-F)
8.25
8.25
-
-
-
-
-
-
Rod Roy Reward Points
100
100
100
100
100
200
300
Nights (15:00 to closing)
Complimentary Lift Tickets
1:20
1:15
School
6-13 yrs.
School
14-17
yrs.
Adult
15
Sun-Fri
19
Sat. &
Holiday
15
Sun-Fri
19
Sat. &
Holiday
25
Sun-Fri
30
Sat &
Holiday
-
-
-
7
9 Wkd
7
9 Wkd
13
16 Wkd
13
16 Wkd
13
16 Wkd
13
16 Wkd
20
25 Wkd
18
23 Wkd
18
23 Wkd
47 beg
50 int.
47 beg
50 int..
23
23
18
23 wkd
23
-
-
29
41
-
-
-
29
41
-
-
-
-
75
75
100
1:20
1:20
NOTES:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Weekend rates apply Dec. 22, 2007 to Jan.06, 2008.
Intro Programs are for school groups only and are available Monday to Friday.
Intro-Ski and Intro Snowboard programs are not available Dec.22, 2007 to Jan. 06, 2008.
(*) Intro programs include lift ticket, equipment rental, and lesson.
Intro-Ski programs require a minimum of (8). Lessons are (90) min. in duration (except Mt. Bromont – lesson = 1 hr.)
Intro-Snowboard programs require a minimum of (8). Lessons are (90) min. in duration.
Minimum group size = 20 persons
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RÉGION QUEBEC & CHARLEVOIX REGION
Groups 2008
(Groupes)
Early or Late Season
Economy Season
Regular Season
Holiday / High Season
School Program Mon.-Fri.
Complimentary lift ticket ratio
Rod Roy Reward Points
7-12 yrs.
31.80
35.72
29.62
13-17 yrs.
45.13
49.80
29.62
1:20
Adult
58.45
63.90
-
7-12 yrs.
-
13-17 yrs.
-
Adult
-
7-17 yrs.
26.49
30.03
31.79
33.66
26
18-23 yrs.
36.75
41.65
44.10
46.55
1:20
Adult
47
53.27
56.41
59.54
-
20.50
35.90
48.20
25.07
25.07
1:20
50
100
150
50
50
150
100
150
150
NOTES:
•
•
•
•
Intro Programs are for school groups only and are available Monday to Friday.
Intro Programs are 90 min. in duration
Intro-Ski Programs requires a minimum of 8 students. Intro Snowboard requires a minimum of 6 students.
Intro-Ski and Intro Snowboard programs are not available Dec.22, 2007 to Jan. 06 and Feb.25-Mar.09, 2008.
Periods :
Early or Late Season :
Economy Season :
Regular Season
Holiday / High Season
Ste. Anne
N/A
N/A
23 Nov – 21 Dec., 7 Jan. –
15 Feb., 17 Mar. – 27 Apr.
22 Dec. – Jan.06,
16 Feb. – 16 Mar.
Stoneham
All rates
apply to
the entire
winter
season
Nov.30 – Apr.6
Le Massif
Dec.15-21, Mar.25-28, Apr. 5-13
5-18 Jan, 20-25 Jan, 27-31 Jan., 01 Feb
22-25 Dec., 19 & 26 Jan., 3-8 Feb., 10-15 Feb.,
17-22 Feb., 09-14 Mar., 16-20 Mar.
26 Dec. – 04 Jan., 2,9,16 Feb., 23 Feb.-Mar.08
15 Mar., 21, 22 & 29 Mar.
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US SKI CENTRES (Vermont) Centres de ski aux étas-unis
Groups 2008
(Groupes)
21 Eco
36 Reg
38 Reg Sat
21 Eco
36 Reg
38 Reg Sat
Youth
13-18 yrs
21 Eco
36 Reg
38 Reg Sat
21 Eco
36 Reg
38 Reg Sat
38 Eco
52 Reg
55 Reg Sat
38 Eco
52 Reg
55 Reg Sat
44
40
40
57
22
27
24
31
31
22
22
27
24
31
31
100
100
150
100
100
150
6-12
yrs.
School
Group
Adult
7-12
yrs.
Youth
13-17 yrs
Adult
7-12
yrs..
Youth
13-18 yrs
Adult
21 Early
29 Reg
21 Early
29 Reg.
26 Early
32 Reg
30 Early
35 Reg.
30 Early
35 Reg.
31 Early
41 Reg
27
27
32
31 Early
35 Reg
31 Early
35 Reg
35 Early
39 Reg
37 Early
44 Reg
37 Early
44 Reg
40 Early
53 Reg
32
35
40
Holidays* (see notes
below)
35
35
39
52
52
58
37
40
Ski rental
27
27
27
27
27
27
20
29 Wkd
20
29 Wkd
20
29 Wkd
20
29 Wkd
22
Snowboard rental
19
21 Wkd
19
21 Wkd
Rod Roy Reward
Points
Complimentary Lift
Tickets
Currency
100
150
150
100
100
125
Lift ticket – Weekdays
Lift ticket - Weekend
1:20
1:20
1:20
1:20
Canadian / canadien
US / américain
Canadian / canadien
US / américain
NOTES:
•
7-12 yrs..
* Holidays are as follows :
Jay Peak
Holidays = Dec. 26-31, Jan.12-14, , Feb.16-24, 2008
Eco Season = Opening to Dec.25, Jan.15-31, Mar.24-Closing
Regular Season = Jan.01-12, Feb.01-16, Feb.25-Mar.23
Sugarbush
Holidays = Dec. 23 – Jan.01, Jan.19-21, Feb. 16-18, 2008
Eco Season = Opening – Dec.21, Jan.2-18, Mar.31 - Closing
Regular Season = Jan.22-Feb.15, Feb.19-Mar.30
Smuggler’s Notch
Dec. 26- Jan. 06, 2008, Jan.18-20, , Feb.15-24, 2008
Adult
88 Jay Peak
Special – Huge
Savings !!
Book your first trip at
regular group rates, and
receive 30% off all future
visits. Reservations must
be made before Dec.20,
2007 to qualify.
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LOCATION D’AUTOBUS - BUS RENTALS
~ MONTREAL ~
2007-2008
Autocar De Luxe / Deluxe Coach (55 or 56 seats / 55 ou 56 places)
7 days / week
DESTINATION
7 jours par semaine
$879
$815 night/soir
Lower Laurentians, Bas Laurentides
Mont Tremblant
Mt. Blanc
$890
Eastern Townships
Canton de l’est
$890
$879
$815 night/soir
Bromont
Jay Peak , Sugarbush, Smuggler’s
Notch, Stowe, Whiteface NY
$1095
Mont Ste-Anne
Stoneham
$1099
$1199
Le Massif
(Toutes les taxes sont incluses / All Taxes Included)
Autobus Scolaire / School Bus (48 seats / 48 places)
Destination
Jour – Day
Soir - Night
Bas Laurentides
Lower Laurentians
$445
$445
Bromont
$449
Mont Blanc, Mont Tremblant
$449
$499
Cantons de l’Est
Eastern Townships
$499
Bas Laurentides / Lower Laurentians = St. Sauveur, Mont Avila, Ski Morin Heights,
Mont Gabriel, Mont Olympia, Mont Habitant, Chantecler
NOTES:
All above bus prices for day trips are based
Tous les prix mentionnés ci-dessus pour les
on a 12-hour rental time. Night skiing is
voyages des jours sont basés sur un horaire de
based on an 8-hour period. New driver
location de 12 heures. Ceux pour les voyages de
regulations require that a driver not be onsoir sont basés sur un horaire de location de 8
duty for more than 14 consecutive hours
heures.
from bus garage to bus garage.
Les prix mentionnés ci-dessus sont sujet à la
disponibilité des autobus.
Tous les autobus scolaires ont 48 sièges et un
endroit pour 40 paires de ski.
***
***
Prices listed above are subject to bus
availability.
All school buses have 48 seats, and
compartments to handle 40 skis.
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New York 2007-2008
3 days – 2 nights
- SAMPLE -
Day 1 :
07h00
12h00
14h30
16h00
18h00
21h45
22h30
Departure from Montreal
Lunch
Arrival in New York, Check-in to hotel
Free time: Fifth Avenue, Times Square
Dinner in Times Square
Theatre production
Check-in hotel
Day 2 :
08h00
09h30
11h30
13h00
15h30
17h30
20h00
23h00
Breakfast
Guided walking tour of Central Park
Lunch
Visit of Metropolitan Museum of Art
United Nations (guided tour)
Dinner, free time.
Climb the Empire State Building (Observatory Deck)
Back to the hotel
Day 3 :
08h00
09h00
12h00
14h30
18h00
22h30
Breakfast
Visit Statue of Liberty
Lunch / Free time @ South Street Seaport. Walk to Times Square & 5th Avenue.
Departure for Montreal.
Dinner in New Baltimore.
Arrival in Montreal
Other Options Available: Museum of Natural History, Guided Walk in Greenwich Village,
Guggenheim Museum, NBC Studios, Walk and shop in Chinatown and Canal St., New York Knicks or
New York Rangers games, Hayden Planetarium, Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, Museum of Modern
Art, Sony Wonder Technology Lab, Sonic Vision Show, Gospel Church visit in Harlem (Sundays only)
Cost for attractions (approximate at time of publication)
1 Theatre, approximately $36 to $90 U.S. per person
1 Guided walking tour of Central Park, $5.00 U.S. per person
1 Guided visit of Metropolitan Museum of Art, $6.50 U.S. per person
1 Museum of Modern Art MoMA ($6.00 U.S. for self guided tour)
1 United Nations (guided tour), $7.50 U.S. per person
1 Empire State Building, $16.00 U.S. per person or Top-of-the-Rock $15 U.S. p.p.
1 Statue of Liberty, $5.75 U.S. for the ferry (per student)
1 NBC Studios, $15.50 U.S. per person
1 NBA game, $25 to $75 U.S. per person
1 Radio City Music Hall $14 U.S. per person
Hotel: Marriott Courtyard Jersey City. or Meadowlands Plaza Hotel, Secaucus, N.J.
Packages starting from $289.00 per person based upon 50 paid & 1:10 comp.
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Toronto / Niagara Falls
- SAMPLE Day 1 :
7h00
12h30
15h00
16h15
17h10
19h15
20h00
22h30
Departure
Ontario Science Center & lunch
Omni Max : Everest
Departure for Skydome
Visit of CN Tower observation deck
Dinner at Hard Rock Café or Blue Jays at Skydome
Hotel check-in…. pool & relaxation
Bed time
Day 2 :
7h30
9h30
11h00
12h00
13h30
14h15
15h15
18h30
21h00
Breakfast
Visit of Casa Loma
Hockey Hall of Fame
Departure for Niagara Falls
Lunch
Journey Behind the Falls
Maid of the Mist
Dinner & back to the hotel
Back to hotel…. Pool & relaxation
Day 3 :
7h30
8h30
10h00
18h00
Breakfast
Departure for Canada’s Wonderland
Canada’s Wonderland
Departure for Montreal
Dinner en route
Estimated arrival at school
23h30
Hotel : Ramada Hotel Toronto
Starting from $ 289.00 p.p. based on 50 paid & 1/10 comp.
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The concept of this new sport is to travel between the trees at the top of the forest. This stroll at the top of the
trees is done with the help of rope bridges, ladders, zip lines, climbing nets, foot bridges, swings, giant steps,
Tarzan cords and many more games to cross.
Equipped with a harness, you will evolve through different levels of courses in the trees adapted to one's age
and strength in complete security. Your adventure will start with an obligatory initiation given by trained guides
who will explain how to use your cords, carabiners and pulley, as well as, how to follow the rules of safety. This
equipment will be connected along your stroll to a cable ensuring your safety. We are offering you a moment of
escape and relaxation as a group or family while giving you an unforgettable outing.
ARBRASKA, is the subtle balance between the state of Zen and excitement. A stroll through either Arbraska
Rawdon, Mont St-Gregoire or Rigaud, will challenge you to exceed your limits, will stimulate your senses and
will raise your self-confidence.
This unforgettable outing with those you're close to will allow you privileged contact with nature. We are
delighted to welcome you to discover or rediscover many unforgettable moments that may include:
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mastery of self
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mastery of a fear of heights
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balance
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concentration
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independence
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responsibility
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exceeding your limits in complete safety
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the realization of a childhood dream for adults: to climb and develop skills in the trees
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the realization of a childhood dream for kids: to have the permission of their parents to climb and
develop in the trees
An extreme course for more athletic types was developed to give a truly challenging experience!
ur values
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The protection of the environment.
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The discovery of true nature.
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The joy of living and the respect of others.
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To live in the great outdoors and experience complete relaxation.
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To become socially involved in our surroundings.
SAFETY
We guarantee a maximum level of safety. The construction and maintenance of the courses receive particular
attention. The equipment (harnass, pulleys, cords and carabiners) that you are provided with are verified
regularly by members of our staff.
An informative initiation will be offered before beginning the aerial courses. This important session is given to
initiate you into the rules of safety, to explain the level of difficulty of each course, and to help those who
need to overcome a fear of heights in our courses.
As you travel through the courses you will be securely attached by two carabiners connected to safety cables.
Our personnel, trained in safety, rescue techniques and first aid will constantly monitor you from below to
answer any questions.
For the well-being of everyone ( safety and fluidity ) certain courses are reserved for people 16 years of age
and older, or with a minimum height of 1.5 meters. In all cases, children under the age of 14 must be
accompanied by an adult.
For safety concerns, a participant's weight must not exceed 250lb
For your comfort and safety the following attire is recommended:
1. Hiking or running shoes, or closed-toe sandals
2. Pants, or knee-length shorts
3. Shirt that covers the stomach
4. Long hair must be attached (in a type of bun)
5. No earrings
6. Remove navel piercings, or cover them with a bandage
Arbraska Group Rates 2007-2008 (taxes extra)
School groups & day camps
Apple picking*
Transportation by
school bus
$15.25
$4
$377
1:15 comps
*Mont St-Gregoire only
48-passenger
Other Activities (varies according to the park and the season)
1. Apple picking (each student brings home a bag of apples)
2. Sugar shack
3. Hiking
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