Knowing what you are about to ride is important before going on a trail. Come say "hi" to one of our welcome centers first. An employee will happily talk to you about the trail network, give you a trail map and advise you on an itinerary according to your level of experience.
Our trails are not being patrolled at all times;
You are responsible for your own safety and of the safety of your partners;
The territory has several communication and access difficulties in case of an emergency
You accept the risks inherent to mountain biking: fracture, sprain, heat stroke, sudden allergy (plant, insect, etc.), animal encounters, insect bites, etc.
Take a look at the map: the characteristics of the territory, the level of difficulty of the trails, the estimated duration;
Always notify someone of your itinerary and the time of your return;
We recommend that you always carry a small first aid kit, a repair kit, a cell phone and plenty of water.
Take note that water on our territory is not considered potable. We strongly advise you to boil the water, to bring a filter or a water purification system (ex .: Pristine) in order to treat it.
Dog are not allowed in the trails.