Providing experiential tours for the local and international market.
Access some of the most beautiful ski slops in Saskatchewan.
Yes! But, they have to be 13 years or older, provde necessary emergency contact, and sign a wavier for anyone under 18.
The discounted day rate is only if you join our bus trip! Just join our bus trip. You know you want to! We will hand these out on the bus beforehand which speeds up the process for the day at the hill.
YES! When you buy your ticket online, indicate this at checkout and we will process it accordingly.
No, but we will make the rental gear process easier, with forms for you to fill out on the bus, which makes a quicker process. Each hill has rental gear, but keep in mind that a gov issued ID has to be left with the rental desk.
Yes! And Little Red has great nordic trails if you want to join that one for cross country skiing.
Absolutely. You only pay for the bus ticket, not the add on of the ski hill day pass.
We set the prices so that whatever day passes you need, it is still a savings!
Yes! Bring your gear, the coach bus has a lot of room to store your equipment.
We suggest a daypack with extra layers, a lunch and snack, and whatever else you might want in the day. There is a place to eat and drink and warm up at each hill, so money might be important too.
We want to leave 7:00 AM sharp, so please be there or be square. It would be sad to have to leave without you.
We will stay the whole day, so load the bus at 4:30PM.
We can refund up to 2 weeks before the shuttle, after that, no refunds can be issued, but you can transfer your ticket to someone else.
We are renting buses from the Prince Albert Northern Bus Line. This is a reputable, experienced, insured, and great company that came highly recommended.
Yes, we do require you to sign a waiver that says you recognize the risks of the day’s activities.
We will not provide lessons, but we can give some basic guidance. Additionally, the bus might allow you to meet people in the community who can offer some guidance to learn. The best thing to do is call the hill, and let them know what date you are coming, and join a “bunny hill” class in the morning. You need to let them know 2 weeks before the expected date.
If there is an extreme cold warning, and/or the hill is closed, the trip will be canceled, and you will receive your money back.