Student Trip Information

Mount St. Louis Moonstone has adopted the use of helmets for all students participating in a school visit.  Simply translated, no student will be allowed on skiing and riding slopes if they are apart of an official school function without a helmet.  The most important message, however, is that students ski and ride within their limits and obey the Alpine Responsibility Code.  Students who wish to challenge the code with their decision on the hill will lose their privilege of skiing/riding for the day.

Mount St. Louis Moonstone's Education Program provides lessons, rentals a and fantastic learning environment for school groups.  Our focus is on safety and fun.  Mount St Louis Moonstone Education program requires that each student is assessed on their abilities, according to the day's snow conditions.  This assessment will be confirmed by one of the Snow School's certified professionals, where lesson times will be assigned.  Entry-level skiers and riders will directly go through the Snow School's Instructional Activity Centers.  Students flow through the centers at their own pace.  Once comfortable with the performance within each center  the student moves on to the next.  Final teaching step is to head out in a group familiarizing students with lift loading and unloading plus guidance as to where to ski/ride when students will be on there own.
All intermediate and advanced skiers/boarders/bladers must go through an initial ski-off to determine the appropriate level of lessons where they will the receive a colour sticker before their scheduled lesson of the day.
All students wanting to enter our Junk Yard Terrain Park must participate in a "Park Education and Awareness" video and receive a Park Acces Sticker before their scheduled lesson of the day.
Mount St. Louis Moonstone has fire, ambulance and hospital facilities within minutes of the Resort. Emergency 911 services are also available. Our trained, certified ski patrols are on staff to assist with any injury or accident. Mount St. Louis Moonstone also has cafeteria facilities for your convenience. 

Mount St. Louis Moonstone Ski Resort open Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (closed Christmas Day, December 25). 

Your program price includes: lift ticket & lesson, helmet and equipment rental (if required). 

Each school group must arrange their own transportation. We also ask that you organize the collection of money and make one single payment. 

The Grade 4/5/6 Snow Passport Lift Ticket and the Air Miles Program cannot be used in conjunction with the Education Program. 
The Outback Terrain Park and the Outback Super Pipe are off limits to the Education Participants.

Leashes are also mandatory on all snowboard equipment (snowboard rental equipment come with leashes). 

It is important that students dress for winter.  Winter jacket, pants, gloves, mitts and helmet are essential.
Please insure students are properly dressed and prepared for unexpected weather.

Special Needs
Please contact Jim Morris by email or by phone 705-835-2112 ext 216 to arrange for Track 3 assistance.

Any additional questions can be answered by calling Toronto Toll Free 877-835-2112 or 
705-835-2112, email to

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