Drop in (1291 Wellington West) Wednesday evening to:
Learn about the latest and greatest new equipment
Get waxing tips
Find what to wear for your ski day
Get a discount on all purchases
Get answers about your equipment (bring it in) e.g.
Why don’t my skis perform?
How much camber should I have?
Do I have the right size?
We will have the store to ourselves with experts available to help in any way.
The following Women on Skis events are group skis. If a skier chooses to ski as an individual and not part of one of the WOS groups, WOS may not be able to provide any assistance to the skier. Any skier choosing to ski as an individual is requested to advise a WOS Leader and to identify to the Leader their ski buddy. Skiing alone is not recommended. If you are uncertain of which ski group is apppropriate for you , e.g. Jackrabbits, Tourers, or Birdwatchers, we suggest you talk to a Leader. Often joining a slower group can make for a more enjoyable ski.
Take Quebec Hwy 50 East, exit La Verendrye Blvd., left at lights, right on Gatineau Ave and straight for ~4km, continue on dirt road, through the gate and 1km to parking. Map
Bring a lunch to heat over a wood stove.
Thursday Feb. 9: Gatineau Park P6
Take Quebec Hwy 5 north, exit at Old Chelsea. Turn left, go through the village and then turn left on Rue Kingsmere. Follow through next intersection and up the hill. Watch for P6 signage to the left at the top of the hill. Map
Following the ski, join us for Lunch at Les Fougères
Directions: Return to the village of Old Chelsea and turn left (north) on Scott Road. Follow northward to hwy 105. Turn right and Les Fougères is immediately on your right. Map
Friday, Feb 24: Gatineau Park P16. Bring a lunch to heat over a wood stove at Healey cabin.
Directions: Take hwy 5 north to exit 21 Chemin de la Riviere to hwy 105 North. (Turn left at the lights) Proceed for 1 km and turn left on Chemin Pine Road. Follow it for a short distance and you will see P16 ahead.Map