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NOTE: Due to availability and conditions, we may be changing our offering of skiing and snowboarding to Mont Orford for April 2nd. There is no snow tubing available. This is a top end ski resort found in the Eastern Townships. We will monitor these conditions and will update our website shortly.
Enjoy your first Canadian ski/snowboard experience at Mont Avila! This ski resort is located in the Laurentians. It has 13 kilometres of slopes available. 3 lifts transport you to varied elevations between 187 and 416 metres!
Be sure to choose the proper add-on for your preferred activity(ies):
$99.00 for Transportation and Lift ticket only (you have your own SKI/SNOWBOARD equipment)
$150.00 for Transportation, Skiing/Snowboarding (skiis/poles/helmet OR snowboard/helmet) and lift ticket;
Full DAY Itinerary:
NOTE: Deadline for payment is MARCH 29 at 16h00!
WE REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 20 PAYING FOR SKIING/SNOWBOARDING AND A MINIMUM OF 10 PAYING FOR SNOW TUBING.
NOTE: For all people renting equipment, please go to the following link and complete your information by no later than Wednesday, March 29, 2023 at 16h00:
Please note that no lessons are offered or available. There is a self-learn area.
COVID-19 PROCEDURES (December 2020)
The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is upon us and, as per the order by the government of the Province of Ontario, our offices (as a non-essential service in Toronto) are currently closed until December 21st and this may be extended.
We have been planning tours for international student groups since 1988. We have seen a lot of changes and faced a lot of challenges since that time. Safety has always remained one of our key ingredients to every successful tour. Our priority has always been the safety and well-being of our travellers and our staff.
The situation with the Covid-19 virus spread is changing on a daily basis and we take this very seriously and are watching the news constantly and monitoring the WHO (World Health Organization) and PHAC (Public Health Agency of Canada) websites for any new developments and updates.
While the distribution of vaccines against the virus has begun, it is important to continue to be wise and vigilant, and to not panic.
This is a world-wide pandemic and neither racism nor xenophobia will be promoted nor tolerated.
Canada is advising all travellers to avoid non-essential travel.
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