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MOUNTAIN SAFETY AND AWARENESS

Introduction

Mountain biking and other activities that take place in the mountain areas carry a risk of injury. The information in the Safety and Risk Awareness section of this website is intended to inform you of the risks, hazards and unforeseen events you may encounter on our trail system and to help you stay safe while enjoying your favorite activities. Whether you are a participant in these activities or a parent or guardian of a minor participant, please take the time to familiarize yourself with the safety and risk awareness information on this website.


Waiver of liability - Assumption of risk

There are inherent hazards and risks associated with operating on our grounds, including THE POSSIBILITY OF BODILY INJURY (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: SHOCK TO THE HEAD OR OTHER BODY PARTS, FRACTURE, ENTORSE, LACERATION), DEATH, DAMAGE OR LOSS OF PROPERTY. By using this ticket, you agree to assume full responsibility for any and all damages of any kind (bodily, property, pecuniary) that you may suffer or cause to others and agree to hold harmless and/or indemnify the Station in this regard.

This ticket remains the property of the resort and is personal, non-transferable and non-refundable. The expiration date for all tickets is final and for winter seasons only. Tickets are valid according to the schedule in effect at each resort. Any dispute in connection with this ticket must be brought in the judicial district of Quebec and the laws of Quebec will apply.


Ligne d'urgence – Patrouille

Si vous avez besoin de l'aide d'une patrouille de ski sur la montagne, composez :

418.208.4130


Code of conduct - Mountain biking

Mountain biking involves the risk of serious injury or death. For your safety and the safety of others, please follow this code of conduct.

1. Always ride in control and respect your limits.
You must be able to stop and avoid any person or obstacle. Stay on the trails and modules that are within your abilities. It is your responsibility to be aware of the levels of difficulty and to choose your route accordingly.

2. Wear a helmet and appropriate protective equipment for your practice.

3. Check the condition of your bike or have it inspected by a professional before riding.

4. Do not ride if you are physically incapacitated, fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

5. Be careful, module and trail conditions may vary.
Check their condition before riding them with confidence.

6. Respect the signs.
Stay on marked trails and never venture into closed sections. Do not make any changes to the route or new developments without the authorization of the network manager.

7. Give way to cyclists in front of you. On two-way paths, yield to cyclists coming up the path.

8. Clear the runway.
If you must stop, do so off the runway in a visible and safe area.

9. Assist the rescue workers.
If you are involved in or witness an accident, stay at the scene and identify yourself to the rescue workers or bystanders.

When context applies:

10. Use lifts with care.
Talk to the lift attendants if you are not familiar with the operation of the lift and follow the rules posted along the way.

Ride safely, it's your responsibility.

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