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Oct 15, 2021

Lesson Registration Begins Next Week!

 

We are excited to announce that our Snow School Lesson Program details are now available with registration beginning next week!

While we are optimistic about the upcoming season, the province of Ontario and Durham Region Health Department have not yet finalized requirements for lesson programs for ski and snowboard facilities. As a result, lesson availability will be limited when released and more spots/additional programs may be opened as we get more information closer to the season.

2022 8-Week Group Lesson Programs will be released in two stages: 
NEW MEMBER PERK!
Registration opens to Members
on October 22 at 10:00 a.m. 

*Please note, to qualify for our Member only pre-sale, the participant must have a 2021-22 Brimacombe Membership (Night Season Passes and Magic Passholders do not qualify)
Registration opens to General Public
on October 28 at 10:00 a.m. 
 
Learn More About 8-Week Group Lesson Programs →
Learn More About Memberships and Season Passes →

 


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Will I have to be vaccinated to participate in Snow School Lessons?
A: At this time ski resorts in Ontario at this time have not been mandated to implement the vaccine passport, nor has a decision been made by Brimacombe to implement a vaccine requirement independent of the passport requirements. 

If a vaccine requirement is implemented, this would be considered a major policy change and our Passholder /Lesson ProgramTerms & Conditions would be updated. At that time, Passholders and Snow School participants who have purchased prior to the terms and conditions changing would be given a period of time to apply for a refund (prorated refund if change occurs during the season). 

Q: What will this season look like?
A: Currently we are planning to operate similarly to last season. Should restrictions be lifted, we will adjust our operational plan accordingly. 

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with last season's re-opening plan which outlined a number of changes that took effect in the 2020-21 season (Read More Here).
 


Brimacombe has taken a number of steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 while working to maintain our core services. We’re continuously monitoring information about COVID-19 from government and public health authorities, and will make decisions about services, programs, and facilities with the health and safety of our guests and employees in mind. For the latest updates, please visit www.brimacombe.ca.