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Glissades des Pays d'en Haut Reviews
Had an awesome time on the slides. Coming from england, we don't get much snow, so it gave this 33 year old a chance to be a big kid again. Having to trek to the top of the hill can be tedious but, yo... more »
Una actividad para realizar en la temporada de invierno. El precio es de $30 dólares aproximadamente por persona para realizar todas las actividades de la pista, vale la pena llegar muy temprano por q... more »An activity to perform in the winter season. The price is $ 30 approximately per person for all activities of the track, it is worth arriving early for that the place closes at 5:00 pm. My family made 3 activities: slipping with rims, tornado, and rafting. We had fun as children. Tracks to slipping wheels, handle the same signaling colors to the ski slopes, being the Green the more simple and black the most difficult. This about 25 minutes from Montreal, but very much worth it.
On voulait faire de la glissade dans les Laurentides, non loin de notre bed&breakfast et j'ai trouvé par hasard ce centre de glisse sur mon application. Rien à redire, c'est l'endroit parfait par une ... more »We wanted to make the slip in the Laurentians, not far from our bed & breakfast and I accidentally found this sliding centre on my application. Nothing wrong, it is the perfect place on a beautiful winter day as a couple, with the family or even friends. They have tubes & rafting in winter. My girlfriend and I arrived at the opening, took the '2 h block', priced at $ 22 per person, more than enough to make enough runs. The young staff was friendly, the up mechanical were quick (2 minutes) to reach the Summit. The site was well maintained. They have different tracks of slides, beginners and experts. We loved our experience here. * We don't not consumed food/hot drinks on the spot, I don't know if there is a cafeteria as in ski.* stations visited 5/5 in February 2017
We purchased the 8hr. All runs pass. Great choice for us since our son has Autism. This allowed us to go back to the hotel for a break and return later to do a few more runs. Much better when colder (visited when temperatures were going above freezing). Staff were friendly, signs are French/English. Lots of runs to go down for all ages. Small children hills on the right going towards raft/tornado bobsled runs. Also going up the carpet there are exits half way up for children that are getting more daring. Helmets recommended for steep runs. Chairlift available also. To go to the diamond runs stairs only. Worth the climb! Once snow started to melt in the afternoon the distance and speed decreased. Still a great time.
We chose 4 hr block of all 4 rides and it cost 140$ tax incl (2 adults-2kids-ouch). It was fun, signage and staff we all polite and bilingual. IMO the bobsled is way overrated. I thought it would be a similar experience to the real thing but it's on snow (not ice) and you cannot steer. Every time you hit the wall it slows your speed so you're at the mercy of the snow conditions and the wind. Save your money and stick to the cheaper 2 options. We did 4 hours which included our lunch. If you are on a budget; bring your lunch, eat it first there, then purchase your 2 hour block and go nonstop and you'll really get your moneys worth.
Bear in mind we went on probably their busiest day of the year, there were very long lines for everything. If you go for the four hour ticket on a day like that you would be very luck to get 2 runs an hour, especially on the large rides. The staff seemingly were sticking rigidly to the rules (people had to clear the end of the run) despite the fact that people had to stand up and run because the snow was too soft to glide. When the majority of families left we had a great time!
Great place to go snow tubing! They have some very impressive runs that get up to speeds I never knew was possible on a tube. Chair lifts and moving sidewalks make it a breeze to get back to the top. I recommend buying the pass for at least 4 hours for adults, longer for children. It does take some time between rides and you don't want to feel rushed.
Great place to go spend a couple of hours. Organised and the restaurant is decent. Kids and Parents had a blast
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