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Ice climbing team building program near Toronto

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Inspire your corporate team and tackle the winter blues on this ice climbing team building program. Only an hour (or three depending on weather) from Toronto, you'll find some of the most astounding ice.  Hack your way up an icefall with ice axes and dig your crampons into the blue ice.  Instructors will coach you on how to tie into the rope, how to belay and the proper use of crampons and axes.  

This is a beginner program with no experience necessary.  Take your team building to another level and watch your group build relationships outside the office, relieve stress and increase productivity when they return to the office refreshed and ready to conquer their work.



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TRIP TYPE

Teambuilding

SEASON

January to March

DIFFICULTY

Easy / Moderate

MAXIMUM GROUP SIZE

100

GUIDE INFORMATION

Your guides are dedicated to keeping you safe and giving your team the personalized attention you need to achieve your goals.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This program can be customized to suit the needs and time frame of your corporate team.


TRANSPORTATION

Location is Tiffany Falls in Ancaster, Ontario (major cross streets are Wilson St. and Rousseaux). You will see the ONE AXE vehicle parked on the right side of the pull out.  Depending on weather, the course may be available in Elora, Ontario or up in Rosseau, Ontario (near Huntsville). Coach services may also be arranged upon request.


WEATHER

The program will only be cancelled if weather conditions are dangerous. Unless you receive a phone call cancelling the program, assume the course will run rain (or snow) or shine.


REGION

Southern Ontario & Great Lakes
Detailed Region Info
Though Southern Ontario may be known more for its urban cities there is plenty of wilderness to explore. This region includes the cottage country area of Muskoka and Algonquin Provincial Park, a popular vacation spot for both locals and visitors alike. Algonquin was the first designated provincial park in Ontario and has long been a popular destination for hikers and canoeists. In the summer you can camp and canoe along the many lakes or enjoy one of the many wilderness lodges. In the winter the park offers dogsledding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Algonquin has a healthy wildlife population including moose, wolves and a variety of birds.

The mighty Great Lakes are a paddler’s dream location. Kayaking tours on Lake Superior and Georgian Bay offer a chance to explore the coastline. Clear water, protective coves and granite islands make the Great Lakes one of the best kayaking locations in Canada.

Throughout southern Ontario there are resorts, cabins, campgrounds and bed & breakfasts offering accommodation in great locations. For a bit of excitement the Ottawa River offers some excellent whitewater rafting and resorts set up right on the river offer meals and accommodations for a complete rafting experience.

PROVIDED EQUIPMENT

Your facilitators provide all the technical equipment including helmets, harnesses, crampons, ice axes, and  ice climbing boots. 


SUGGESTED CLOTHING

Wear weather-appropriate clothing. Remember that you will be outside all day and standing around belaying. A down jacket for when you belay and a lighter insulated jacket for when you climb are recommended. Quick dry clothing (polyester or nylon) is recommended. The best system is to layer your clothing. Make sure to wear clothing you are not worried about getting dirty or ripped.

It is recommended that you wear a waterproof jacket and pants over your warm clothing because the ice will become wet as the day warms up. Bring at least two pairs of gloves or mitts because they will get wet. It is also a good idea to bring extra warm clothing and leave it in your car in case you need it. Hiking boots or plastic boots are appropriate for the day. 


SUGGESTED ITEMS

Pack water, thermos with warm beverage, sunglasses, hot pockets and sunscreen, daypack.


ACCOMMODATIONS

Not included in the price. May be arranged upon request at nearby hotel or bed and breakfast.


MEALS & DINING

Bring a pack lunch. Your guides will hike in camping stoves to make hot chocolate for the group.  A catered lunch may be arranged for an additional cost.


1 day tour, available January - March
$160.00 / per person - CAD
10 am to 4 pm.


PAYMENT INFORMATION

Pricing does not include: 13.00% HST.



Balance of payment is due 60 days before trip commencement.

CANCELLATION POLICY & DETAILS

Full payment required for all programs. All of our courses are 100% non-refundable. If you have to cancel your course after you have made payment, no refunds will be issued to you. Similarly, if you need to interrupt your course, no refunds will be issued for the unused portion of the trip. Under certain conditions, it may be possible to transfer the course you purchased to another participant. A $25 charge for transferring a course will apply.

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