Rules

Mont-Vidéo
Bromont, montagne d’expériences
Station touristique Stoneham
Vallée du Parc

Mont-Vidéo

  • The Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge is a participatory event for teams of one to four participants.
  • Each participant must pay the registration fee to confirm their participation: $20 for participants of 16 years and older and $10 for participants under 16 years of age.
  • Each team must raise a minimum of $500 in donations to participate. Donations must be handed at the latest at the start of the Challenge, on the day of the event.
  • Each team member must do one ski run per hour over 12 consecutive hours.
  • For children aged 12 years and under and participants aged 65 years or more, the Challenge is considered completed after 6 consecutive hours (with a minimum of 6 ski runs).
  • For participants under 16, the liability waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian and returned to the regional office by mail, fax or e-mail before the event. Participants will not be admissible to the Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge without this form.
  • Excessive consumption bets between teams, and races between participants are forbidden.
  • No substitute participant will be accepted after the official start of the Challenge.
  • Participants must use the identified Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge chairlift or wait in line. In case of a chairlift malfunction, resulting in a missed ski run, organizers will consider the ski run as being completed.
  • The Challenge will take place even the rain, if the snow base is deemed sufficient and safe by the mountain managing team.
  • In case of a cancellation, the event will not be postponed and the registration fee won’t be reimbursed.
  • Donations made after the start of the Challenge will not be taken into account for Grand Prizes purposes.
  • Teams comprised of a Leucan employee are not eligible to the prizes.
  • A prize may be withdrawn should a donation cheque bounce due to not-sufficient funds. The team will then be responsible for collecting or paying the donation. 
  • If a Grand Prize winning team is comprised of a member aged less than 16, the prize will be awarded to parent(s)/legal guardian(s).

Bromont, montagne d’expériences

The Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge of Bromont, montagne d’expériences includes a participatory component, a competitive component and a snow soapbox race. These three Challenges are realised in team of one to four participants.

  • Each participant must pay the registration fee to confirm their participation: $20 for participants of 16 years and older and $10 for participants under 16 years of age.
  • For participants under 16, the liability waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian and returned to the regional office by mail, fax or e-mail before the event. Participants will not be admissible to the Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge without this form.
  • Excessive consumption bets between teams, and races between participants are forbidden.
  • No substitute participant will be accepted after the official start of the Challenge.
  • The Challenge will take place even the rain, if the snow base is deemed sufficient and safe by the mountain managing team.
  • In case of a cancellation, the event will not be postponed and the registration fee won’t be reimbursed.
  •  Donations made after 1:30 p.m. on the day of the event will not be taken into account for Grand Prizes purposes.
  • Teams comprised of a Leucan employee are not eligible to the prizes.
  • A prize may be withdrawn should a donation cheque bounce due to not-sufficient funds. The team will then be responsible for collecting or paying the donation.
  • If a Grand Prize winning team is comprised of a member aged less than 16, the prize will be awarded to parent(s)/legal guardian(s).
  • Participatory Challenge
  • Each team must raise a minimum of $500 in donations to participate. Donations must be handed at the latest at 10:30 a.m. on the day of the event.
  • Each team member must do one ski run per hour over 12 consecutive hours.
  • For children aged 12 years and under and participants aged 65 years or more, the Challenge is considered completed after 6 consecutive hours (with a minimum of 6 ski runs).
  • Participants must use the identified Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge chairlift or wait in line. In case of a chairlift malfunction, resulting in a missed ski run, organizers will consider the ski run as being completed.

Participatory Challenge

  • Each team must raise a minimum of $500 in donations to participate. Donations must be handed at the latest at 10:30 a.m. on the day of the event.
  • Each team member must do one ski run per hour over 12 consecutive hours.
  • For children aged 12 years and under and participants aged 65 years or more, the Challenge is considered completed after 6 consecutive hours (with a minimum of 6 ski runs).
  • Participants must use the identified Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge chairlift or wait in line. In case of a chairlift malfunction, resulting in a missed ski run, organizers will consider the ski run as being completed.

Competitive Challenge

  • Each team must raise a minimum of $500 in donations to participate. Donations must be handed at the latest at 10:30 a.m. on the day of the event.
  • Each team member must accumulate as many points as possible by completing three runs every hour throughout the 12 hours of the Challenge.
  • Participants must use the identified Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge chairlift or wait in line. In case of a chairlift malfunction preventing the three runs per hour, points will be awarded. 
  • The competitive round is a sporting challenge rather than a speed contest. Bromont, montagne d’expériences, the host of the competitions, retains the right to disqualify any competitor not in compliance with the resort’s security code.

Station touristique Stoneham

  • The Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge is a participatory event for teams of one to four participants.
  • Each participant must pay the registration fee to confirm their participation: $20 for participants of 16 years and older and $10 for participants under 16 years of age.
  • Each team must raise a minimum of $500 in donations to participate. Donations must be handed at the latest at the start of the Challenge, on the day of the event.
  • Each team member must do one ski run per hour over 12 consecutive hours.
  • For children aged 12 years and under and participants aged 65 years or more, the Challenge is considered completed after 6 consecutive hours (with a minimum of 6 ski runs).
  • For participants under 16, the liability waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian and returned to the regional office by mail, fax or e-mail before the event. Participants will not be admissible to the Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge without this form.
  • Excessive consumption bets between teams, and races between participants are forbidden.
  • No substitute participant will be accepted after the official start of the Challenge.
  • Participants must use the identified Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge chairlift or wait in line. In case of a chairlift malfunction, resulting in a missed ski run, organizers will consider the ski run as being completed.
  • The Challenge will take place even the rain, if the snow base is deemed sufficient and safe by the mountain managing team.
  • In case of a cancellation, the event will not be postponed and the registration fee won’t be reimbursed.
  • Donations made after the start of the Challenge will not be taken into account for Grand Prizes purposes.
  • Teams comprised of a Leucan employee are not eligible to the prizes.
  • A prize may be withdrawn should a donation cheque bounce due to not-sufficient funds. The team will then be responsible for collecting or paying the donation. 
  • If a Grand Prize winning team is comprised of a member aged less than 16, the prize will be awarded to parent(s)/legal guardian(s).

Vallée du Parc

  • The Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge is a participatory event for teams of one to four participants.
  • Each participant must pay the registration fee to confirm their participation: $20 for participants of 16 years and older and $10 for participants under 16 years of age.
  • Each team member must do one ski run per hour over 12 consecutive hours. 
  • For children aged 12 years and under and participants aged 65 years or more, the Challenge is considered completed after 6 consecutive hours (with a minimum of 6 ski runs).  
  • For participants under 16, the liability waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian and returned to the regional office by mail, fax or e-mail before the event. Participants will not be admissible to the Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge without this form.
  • Excessive consumption bets between teams, and races between participants are forbidden.
  • No substitute participant will be accepted after the official start of the Challenge.
  • Participants must use the identified Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge chairlift or wait in line. In case of a chairlift malfunction, resulting in a missed ski run, organizers will consider the ski run as being completed.
  • The Challenge will take place even the rain, if the snow base is deemed sufficient and safe by the mountain managing team.
  • In case of a cancellation, the event will not be postponed and the registration fee won’t be reimbursed.
  • Donations made after the start of the Challenge, on the day of the event, will not be taken into account for Grand Prizes purposes.
  • Teams comprised of a Leucan employee are not eligible to the prizes.
  • A prize may be withdrawn should a donation cheque bounce due to not-sufficient funds. The team will then be responsible for collecting or paying the donation.
  • If a Grand Prize winning team is comprised of a member aged less than 16, the prize will be awarded to parent(s)/legal guardian(s).

Regular Team Challenge 

  • Each team must raise a minimum of $500 in donations to participate. Donations must be handed at the latest at 11 a.m. on the day of the event.
  • If the team raises $3,000 in confirmed donations before March 1st, 2016, it will possible for it to join the VIP experience.

VIP Team Challenge

  • Each team must raise a minimum of $3,000 in confirmed donations before March 1st, 2016.
  • Teams not succeeding will be considered as regular teams.