Feel like trying something new this winter ? Ice climbing can be a super fun activity to do in large group. Get your friends together and experience winter like never before. We can accomodate group of up to 26 participants.

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COURSE CONTENT 

  • Discover ice climbing and ice-climbing equipment
  • Basic techniques for belaying and lowering
  • Learn basic movements for ice climbing
  • Climbing communication and safety instructions
  • Supervised climb
  • A little bit of effort and a lot of fun

The Introduction to Ice climbing includes :

  • AGMA-certified and/or FQME-certified instructor
  • Ice-climbing equipment (including boots)
  • Free for accompanying teacher(s)/person(s) in charge

Not included :

  • Tip for your instructor
  • Entrance fee per person to the Montagne d’Argent ($12 per person per day, 7$ for students)

Minimum age

  • 15 years old

Prerequisites: None

Schedule for the day:

  • 9:45: Welcome reception at the LA LIBERTÉ NORD-SUD mountain hut and hand out equipment
  • 10:30: Technical training and demonstration
  • 11:00–15:30: Supervised climbs and instructor feedback
  • 15:30: End of climbing and return to the mountain hut
  • 16:00: Departure

Dates:

  • WEEK days between January 8 to March 15, 2019
  • For On Request and weekends availability, please contact us at T.438-871-7133

Number of participants and rate (excluding taxes)  

  • 3 ropes, 8 to 10 participants and 1 monitor
    • $73,93 per person
  • 6 ropes, 11 to 18 participants and 2 monitors
    • 69,58$ par personne
  • 9 ropes, 19 to 26 participants and 3 monitors (maximum capacity)
    • 65,23$ par personne
  • A $250 DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED FOR ONLINE RESERVATIONS (we will send an adjusted invoice based on the final number of participants)

Reservation instructions :

  • In the Book here section :
    1. Enter the contact person’s first and last name, email and telephone number
    2. Select the date of the desired activity
    3. In the notes, clearly indicate the complete contact information for final billing as well as the approximate number of participants
    4. Finally, download our medical questionnaire and ensure that each participant completes it BEFORE the activity.

Please contact us for more details T.438-871-7133

Personal gear to bring12027669_1032021093526192_6206141397002429818_n1

  • Lunch and snacks
  • 1 litre of water or hot beverage
  • Synthetic clothing (that dries quickly) for your base layer
  • Polar-fleece jacket
  • Windproof, soft-shell or waterproof jacket
  • Down jacket (with or without sleeves – recommended) – to keep you warm when we’re not moving
  • Day backpack (30–40 litres)
  • Tuque, scarf, mittens and gloves (2 pairs)
  • Old ski pants or outdoor pants (high probability of tearing your pants with crampons)
  • Gaiters (recommended to protect pants)
  • One pair of warm socks
  • Change of clothes for the trip home
  • Lip balm and sunscreen
  • Sunglasses or ski goggles
  • Camera

OPTIONAL personal gear to bring (for your safety, we believe you should always have these items when venturing outdoors):

  • Basic first aid kit
  • Flashlight (headlamp, if possible)

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