Mont Adstock

Online registrations for the Leucan Ski Challenge at Mont Adstock are now closed. Walk-in registrations are accepted until Saturday, March 12 at 10 a.m., as long as your team brings minimum $500 in donation. Thank you and enjoy the Leucan Ski Challenge!

What is the Leucan Ski Challenge? It’s hours of ski or snowboarding and several activities, but more specifically it’s a gesture of solidarity towards cancer-stricken children and their families. It’s also a fun, participative and family-oriented opened to people of all ages.

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Mont Adstock, 120 route du Mont Adstock, G0N 1S0

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Audrey Bourque
Email: audrey.bourque@leucan.qc.ca
Phone: 418 654-2136 | 1877 606-2136, ext. 2224

Regional office
Email: quebec@leucan.qc.ca
Phone: 418 654-2136 | 1877 606-2136

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Rules

General
  • The Leucan Ski Challenge at the Adstock Recreational Resort includes a participatory component for a team of one to four participants and a corporate component for a team of four to eight participants.
  • To participate, each participant must have paid the registration fee, which are of $20 for those who are 16 years old and over and $ 10 for those under 16.
  • The Leucan Ski Challenge team undertakes to comply with the health measures issued by the Government of Quebec and the National Institute of Public Health of Quebec (INSPQ). In the event that the mountain is closed for the Leucan Ski Challenge 2022, a sporting challenge or a virtual alternative will be offered to participants.
  • To participate in the event, people under the age of 16 must have the disclaimer signed by a parent or legal guardian. This must be given to Leucan before the event (by mail, fax or email) or at the reception of the Leucan Ski Challenge, otherwise they will not be able to participate.
  • The participant agrees to follow the health instructions for safe skiing at the  Adstock recreational resort (https://www.skiadstock.com/covid-19/).
  • The vaccination passport is required for all participants over 13 years old in accordance with the instructions of Public Health. All registered participants will be required to present their vaccination passport as well as a valid ID when checking in on the morning of the event.
  • No excessive consumption, no bet between teams and no race between participants will be accepted.
  • No team member can be substituted after the official start on the day of the Challenge.
  • Participants must use the chairlifts or queues identified for the Leucan Ski Challenge. In the event of a chairlift’s breakage, preventing the participants to complete the descent on time, points will still be awarded.
  • The start of the first descent of the Leucan Ski Challenge at the Adstock recreational resort includes must be done according to the instructions of the ski patrollers. A route between the plateau and the chairlifts will be shown to you and you will have to follow it in order to ensure the safety of all skiers.
  • The Leucan Ski Challenge will take place on the date determined with Leucan’s project manager even in the event of rain as long as the base conditions are deemed satisfactory and safe by the resort’s management. In case of cancellation, the Challenge will not be rescheduled.
  • Donations received and money returned after 10 a.m. on the day of the event will not count towards the grand prizes.
  • Teams that include a Leucan employee are not eligible to win prizes.
  • A team could lose a prize if a donation cheque is returned to Leucan due to lack of funds. To retain their title, members of the team will have to recoup the amount or pay it back themselves.
  • If a winning team includes a member under 16 years of age, the prize will be awarded to that participant’s parent or legal guardian.
  • The Adstock recreational resort has the right to withdraw the ticket from any participant who breaches the mountain's security code.
Participatory component
  • Each team must have raised a minimum of $ 500 in donations, which must be returned no later than Saturday, March 12, 2022, 10 a.m.
  • Each participant will have to make a minimum of one descent per hour.
  • For participants under 16 and over the age of 65, the Challenge is considered successful after participating in the first six hours of the event (6 runs).
Corporate component
  • The teams of the corporate component must be composed of four to eight members. Each team must have raised a minimum of $ 1,500 in donations, which must be returned by Saturday, March 12, 2022, 10 a.m.
  • Each participant will have to make a minimum of one descent per hour and participate in team building activities.
  • The corporate component is intended to be an activity of athletic success. Bromont has the right to withdraw the ticket from any participant who breaches the mountain’s security code.

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