COVID-19 – SAFETY GUIDELINE ON OUR TOURS
Your health and the health of our staff are our top priority. We have put special measures in place to keep all safe during and after the activity.
From July 1st, Our guests living in British Columbia are welcome!
New Policy and Procedure
Equipment : We recommend that you take your own equipment like sleeping bag, tent, mattress for our backpacking trips and warm clothes and boots in winter for our dogsledding tours.
Anyway, if you need some of our gears, we will wash them after each use.
We will clean all the common gear, as sled, after each use.
We will disinfect all the surfaces that are frequently touched during our tours and activities.
Transportation : As the physical distancing is not possible, wearing a mask is mandatory for the driver and the guests. The vehicle will be disinfected after each use.
Guests : When it is possible, individuals will remain 2 meters apart. Otherwise, wearing a mask is mandatory. You should have your own mask. Guest experiencing symptoms will not be accepted for the activity. We will reimburse or re-schedule your tour.
Staff : Our staff will follow the guideline and procedures. If they have symptoms, they will not be allowed to work. They will get their salary. If we must cancel a tour, we will reimburse the tour.
Operational Considerations : Our tours capacities are modified. For 2020 summer until 2020 November 1st : We will organize only private tours. For the winter season, we will accept 6 persons maximum, but only 2 families or relatives. It means that only 2 different groups or families can book at the same time. 24 hours before the activity, our guests will have to fill in the waiver and the dogsledding activity questionnaire available online on our website.
The access to our house is still open. Instead of a big table, we have two smaller tables, 2 meters apart. (6 feet). Every party will be able to enjoy a warm drink after the dog sledding tour.