Ski/Snowboard School Terms and Conditions


Ski and snowboard lessons are subject to your acceptance of our “Exclusion of Liability and Assumption of Risk Notice” which will affect your legal rights, including the right the sue. A Release of Liability Form (waiver), which includes an “Exclusion of Liability and Assumption of Risk Notice” must be read, and understood.

Please click here and read the notice prior to you or your childs first lesson and only proceed if you understand and agree to the notice and the terms of the waiver.


Misconduct or non-observation of the Skiers Responsibility Code

Mount Evergreen Ski and Recreation area is committed to an abuse-free work environment, characterized by respect and tolerance. Acts of violence or harassment committed against any individual(s) affiliated with this organization or the patrons of the facility are considered as unacceptable conduct within the context of the Ontario Health and Safety Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act. Any patrons conducting any form of violence, harassment, or other form of unacceptable behaviour will be asked to leave the property for a period of time to be determined based on previous offences and the severity of the action committed.

Inappropriate behaviour includes, but is not limited to:

  • Threatening behaviour, such as shaking fists, destroying property, or throwing objects.
  • Verbal or written threats, including any expression of intent to inflict harm.
  • Harassment – any behaviour that demeans, embarrasses, humiliates, annoys, alarms or verbally abuses a person and that is known, or would be generally expected, to be unwelcome. This includes words, gestures, intimidation, bullying, or other inappropriate activities, including electronic communications generally disseminated.
  • Verbal abuse such as swearing, insults, and slurs.
  • Physical attacks.


Ski school registrations may be fully refunded (minus the administration fee) prior to the start of ski/snowboard lessons.

A pro-rated refund may be refunded if Mount Evergreen is notified prior to the start of the individuals third lesson. The pro-rated refund will include the individual cost of each lesson attended as well as the administration fee.

A pro-rated refund may refunded at any time during the scheduled ski/snowboard school lessons for the following reason:

  • Medical
    • A doctor’s certificate must be presented stating the date of injury, type of injury, and estimated time of recovery before alpine skiing/snowboarding can be resumed. Medical conditions and injuries must restrict the user from skiing/snowboarding for at least 30 consecutive days from the injury date. Pre-existing injuries are NOT covered by the refund option

These refunds will be assessed on a case-case-basis by the Mount Evergreen Board of Directors.

An administration fee of $50.00 will apply to each refund.