What Is The Trip Like?
Do Any Tour Operators Offer Better Values?
How much spending money should I bring?
What About Canadian Money?
Where Will The Trip Depart From?
Other Resorts Are Closer, Why Do You Only Go To Mont Tremblant?
Do I Need A Passport?
Will I Know My Roommates?
Are My Meals Included?
How Do I Check Into My Room?
After the Slopes Close, Is There Anything To Do?
Can I Cook Any Meals In My Condominium?
Is There a Curfew?
How Cold Does It Get?
How Do Resort Guests Receive Phone Calls?
Can I Be Reached in an Emergency?
Will My Cell Phone Work in Canada?
What Should I Pack?
How Many Bags Can I Take?
Should I Rent Skis There or At Home?
What If It’s Snowing On the Day of the Trip?
What If It’s Snowing On the Day We Return?
If I Have to Cancel, Can I Get a Refund?
Can I Get Trip Cancellation Insurance?
What is a Student Rep?
The 12-hour bus trip on each end goes by quickly as students chat, snack, watch videos, nap and plan their weekend. They stop for dinner at the half-way point. Chaperones establish rapport with students. The buses are well-equipped for long trips and students travel in comfort with reclining seats, seat trays and foot rests.