Following the new government regulations we will be open as of February 8 for groups of up to 4 participants (5+ if all participants reside at the same address) plus our guide per departure.
These are the steps we are taking to keep our dogsledding activity clean and safe:
We are actively monitoring COVID-19 updates from the Quebec Ministry of Public Health and will continue to adapt.
We are currently in a red zone. Please respect the measures of our zone.
Any employee or guest who is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms on-site, or within the past 14 days, may not participate.
Any employee or guest who has been in contact with anyone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days, or is living with a person with symptoms, or is waiting for a test result, or has returned from a trip outside the country, may not participate.
A physical distance of 2 meters must be maintained.
Hygiene measures will be in place and enforced for employees and guests; handwashing, coughing into elbows, no handshaking.
You must bring a mask, neck warmer or balaclava; of two layers, completely covering the nose and mouth, because a physical distance of 2M not always possible.
You must bring protective glasses (ie ski goggles) because a physical distance of 2M not always possible.
Activity meetings and preparations will mostly take place outdoors during the pandemic so dress warmly for all activities.
Maximum 4 participants per departure.
Blankets are not provided during the pandemic. Please bring your own.
Helmets are strongly recommended. Please bring you own helmet or bring a tuque (without pompom) if you want to use one of our helmets.
Transportation service is not available during the pandemic.
Hot chocolate and cookies are served according to the sanitary standards in place.
A portable outdoor toilet is available.
Please let us know if you contract COVID-19 within 14 days after your visit.