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Fast paced freedom. Take the handlebars and enjoy a gravity-fuelled thrill ride!

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Your safety matters to us

Our Luge instructors will give you a full briefing on how to Luge before your first ride. It’s simple to use, just pull back on the handlebars to slow down or stop and release the handlebars slightly to accelerate.

Important Information

Luging involves sudden accelerating and braking through downhill bends, tunnels and dips. To ride you must be in good physical health and a sound mental state.

If you suspect that riding could aggravate a pre-existing condition or put your health at risk for any reason, do not ride without first consulting a medical professional.

Please also be aware of the Chairlift safety guidelines demonstrated in our Chairlift Code of Conduct on-site.

Unfortunately, pregnant mothers are not allowed to ride.

Luge Code of Conduct

Obey all signs and warnings and never venture off track.

To ride the Luge by yourself, you must be over 110cm in height and 6 years & older.

Do not ride the Luge if your ability is impaired through use of alcohol or drugs.

Jackets, garments, scarves, long hair and any personal articles should be secured to avoid damage or loss.

Helmets must be worn at all times when riding the Luge.

Keep both hands on the handlebar at all times while riding to ensure ease of steering and braking.

Do not put your feet outside of the cart foot-well, unless completely stopped, as injury may result. Footwear must be worn at all times. Use the brakes to slow or stop the cart!

To slow yourself or stop the cart pull the handlebars back toward you. Do not stop by pushing handlebars forward.

Remain in control of your speed and direction. Make sure you can stop and avoid any person or obstacle, as it is the Luge riders responsibility to keep their Luge cart under control. Stay alert in case a quick reaction is needed to avoid a collision.

Racing in groups is not permitted. Do not bump into other carts. Do not skid the Luge cart wheels.

Yield the right of way to persons downhill and choose a course that ensures their safety. A rider in an uphill position is responsible for manoeuvring to avoid them. Stop on the track only if you are visible from above and if you are not obstructing the track. Only stop at the side of the track out of the way of others.

This includes cameras, phones and selfie sticks.

If you are involved in, or witness an accident, remain at the scene and identify yourself to first-aid staff.

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An overview of the Luge tracks with a stunning view of Mont Tremblant behind.

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A father makes sure his daughters Luge helmet is tight and secure.

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A sunset photo of the tracks at Skyline Luge Mont Tremblant.

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A father and son excited on the chairlift ready to ride the Luge.

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A family poses for a photo in their Luge carts ready to ride the tracks.

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