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Tyroparc, Sainte Agathe des Monts

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  • Tyroparc threw me a full day of activities typically Canadian! They explained to me how to join them from Montreal, just take the bus (2 h 30 drive, is the most economical way when one knows not the country and you have a car), and picked me up at the station by car! With their partners, they allowed me to make snowmobiling and dog sledding on the same day, and assured my transport to these activities. They are adapted to best that I spend a wonderful day! I spent an unforgettable day, thanks again! I highly recommend!
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  • I don’t typically write reviews, but I feel compelled to write this one. I did a snowmobile tour with Tyroparc on Feb. 4, 2017. Tyroparc requires a deposit of almost $2,900 when you arrive at the faci...  more »
  • really cool I loved my experience. I recommend without hesitation, I was with friends of guys and it was a very nice day
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  • I don’t typically write reviews, but I feel compelled to write this one. I did a snowmobile tour with Tyroparc on Feb. 4, 2017. Tyroparc requires a deposit of almost $2,900 when you arrive at the facility. Who does this? I’ve never had to put a deposit on any equipment I have ever rented. Owners typically have insurance. This should have been a warning sign for me, but I made a stupid decision and continued on. I started the tour and became very comfortable with the snowmobile. I quickly acquired a grasp of acceleration, overall speed, and maneuverability. I proceeded through many curves where I properly decelerated and steered the machine. About 30 minutes into the ride, I decelerated to go into a curve to the left. I turned the handlebars to the left while slowing down but the snowmobile did not respond. It went off of the trail on the righthand side where the grade increased. The right ski came off of the ground and I was thrown from the snowmobile. The snowmobile did roll one time before it came to a stop. The entire group stopped and the guide made sure I was ok and could continue with the tour. He inspected the snowmobile and decided that its condition was fine. He gave me his snowmobile to finish the tour and he drove the other one back to the facility with no problems at all. When I returned, Stephane (Tyroparc guide) showed me the damage on the snowmobile. He told me “it’s not bad at all”. We looked over the entire snowmobile and he showed me three things that were wrong: 1) part of the windshield would have to be replaced (Stephane estimated $30), 2) one broken mirror, and 3) one bent rod in the frame. Stephane again reassured me “nothing to worry about”. Although I did not think this was my fault at all, I decided not to protest. I returned home the next day with the expectation that I may see an invoice for a couple hundred dollars. I tried, unsuccessfully, to get in touch with Tyroparc for an entire week. On Feb. 10, I received an invoice from Tyroparc for over $2,200, replacing 29 parts. They basically built a new machine at my expense. I have tried to reason with them, but they are completely unwilling to. Since they kept my deposit, my only leverage now is to proceed with an attorney. All I can say is avoid these guys like the plague – not just snowmobiling, but any activity where you are using their equipment. This was a hard lesson learned for me and I sincerely hope no one else has to go through this.
  • Probably would have enjoyed more if the place was better organized to receive a rush of visitors during the October season. Waiting time towards the end was a good hour before each ride. 4 minutes of zip lining stretched over 4 hours.
  • Great place, excellent experience. Pricey, but even my 4yo was happy about the long walk and the adventure of the tirolese back down.
  • Fantastic experience. The guides were professional, friendly, and spoke very good english. The ziplines were exciting and the 200 foot hiking/rock climbing wall experience was awesome. We enjoyed our morning experience so much (we did the Classic package in the morning) - we went for lunch and did the Discovery package in the afternoon. My wife and I and our two boys (12 and 8) had a day to remember.
  • Realy loved it. The staff is very dedicated and helpful; I had young kids needing a bit of help and they had such a great attitude with them. The Tyrolienne are also super cool and reasonably priced compared to Mt Tremblant.