Ski touring in Piedmont

Ski de rando piedmont

Difficulty level:

Intermediate to expert.


Who has not dreamed of an explorer's life? Come and make an exceptional experience in the Pays d'en Haut, in the heart of the Laurentians. For all adventurers who want to glide in the footsteps of the first hikers in the beautiful site of the Piedmont massif. Day of chills guaranteed!

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Cost of activity per person:

$ 202 before taxes

Important note intended for persons traveling in Canada, ie non-residents in Canada and therefore not covered by the provincial insurance plan:

The ski activities offered by '' C'est Plein Air '' are carried out on marked and safe terrain. Nevertheless, they remain outdoor activities that involve certain risks. To avoid surprises in case of problems, make sure that your travel insurance covers the off-piste ski activity because often travel insurance exclude certain sports activities called "dangerous". '' C'est Plein Air '' does not support evacuation costs. It is for this reason that we advise you to take out a travel insurance that will protect you during your outdoor activities during your stay. We offer two solutions: You can apply for insurance (claim) on the TUGO insurance website by opening an account and applying for "hospital and medical insurance for visitors to Canada". This insurance can be taken by the day. For more information see the following link:

Or call Assu-Risques (Pascal Horvath insurance broker at 514 448 7808) who will offer you a complete travel insurance for the duration of your stay.




This is a day of discovery of a mountainous area, ski touring in Piedmont in the Laurentians. At 6 pm, participants return to Montreal.
The rendezvous is set at the Jarry metro station at the Berri exit at 10 am.

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- Travel time: about 1 hour, both outward and return

Progress of the activity

10 am Departure from Jarry metro

11:15 am Arrival on the parking lot, installation of the equipment

11:30 am Start of the activity

12:45 pm Lunch break

1:00 pm Resumption of the activity

4 pm Meeting at the Prévost station parking lot.

5 pm Departure to Montreal

6 : 15 pm End of the activity


Equipment list

For information, the clothing recommended for this activity should not be cotton, but synthetic or wool. The advantage of synthetic and wool over cotton is that even wet, these textiles stay warm.
Base layer (thin combination): up and down
Thin intermediate layer: polar
Waterproof and breathable jacket
Sport pants and waterproof and breathable pants
Thin beanie and thick beanie
Scarf or scarf
Pair of thin gloves
Pair of thin stockings
Pair of mittens or gloves warmer (just in case)
Solar cream
Pair of sunglasses and ski mask
Thermos of 500 ml or 1 l
1 lunch and snacks

To participate in this activity, a health sheet and a risk acceptance sheet must be completed and given to the guides at the start of the activity. You can find these sheets by clicking on the following link. These cards must be printed by the participants.

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