This ice climbing lesson will teach you basic ice climbing techniques right at the foot of the slopes at Tremblant resort. Guides are certified by the national climbing school of Québec. In operation since 2006.
Must be booked 2 days or more before start date.
The activity is finished for the season 2014. See you next year!
Challenge yourself! An ice climbing initiation course right on Tremblant ski resort. During the activity, you will get to climb the cliff several times, learn safety protocol, and belay fellow climbers. This activity is designed for beginners and no climbing experience is necessary.
After you made your reservation, you will receive an Itinerary request confirmation via email. Once the reservation will be confirmed, The Tremblant Activity Centre will send you an activity reservation confirmation.
Everyday from The Tremblant Activity Center at 1pm. From mid-December to March 16, 2014*
*Schedule may change without notice.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your departure time.
Approximately 3 hours
Equipment and guide.All The Activity Center clients are automatically covered by Airmedic medical emergency helicopter evacuation, for the duration of the activity. For full details see the Airmedic page.
Bring your own ski boots. You may rent a pair onsite (Before the Activity) for approx. $17.Minimum age is 8 years old. Rates are plus taxes and 3% royalty, and may change without notice.
Prices shown are based on rates available between 2014-03-31 and 2014-07-29 (YYYY-MM-DD).
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