Tiny Tyke Weekend Camps ages 3-5

Located in our Kids Camp building our goal is to introduce your child to the sport of skiing. Your child will learn the joys of sliding through interactive activity on the slopes in an enthusiastic, fun and safe group environment. Half hour of childcare is included in the cost of the camp.

Saturdays & Sundays beginning in December

Christmas and March Break

  Lift Ticket & Session Lift Ticket, Session & Ski Rentals skis, boots, poles & helmet
1.5 Hours starting at 10am or 1pm $86 $99
2 Consecutive Sessions 10am-11:30am & 1pm-2:30pm $142 $156

Nutritious Lunch additional $15 (includes tax)


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Junior Ski & Snowboard Camps

Explorer and Adventure camps are enjoyable, educational and safe group activities.  In the event that there are 3 or less campers attending the length of the program will reduce to 1 hour.

Junior Explorer Ages 6-14

For the first timers skiers/snowboarders who are looking to be introduced through a group setting.  The program is an extensive, active and safe introducation, which takes place on our progessive carpet terrain.  An amazing group introduction to our life long activates!

Available Saturdays & Sundays beginning in December

  • 1 1/2 hour Lesson:  10am, 1pm, 4pm 
  • 2 Consecutive Sessions from 10am-11:30am &1pm - 2:30pm OR 1pm - 2:30pm & 4pm - 5:30pm
  • Daily Christmas and March Break

1½ hour Session

2 Consecutive  Sessions: 

10am-11:30am & 1:00pm-2:30pm


1pm-2:30pm & 4:00pm-5:30pm

Includes Session and Day/Night lift ticket $101 + HST $142 + HST
Includes Session, *Rentals, and Day/Night lift ticket $121 + $2 rental insurance + HST $162 + $2 rental insurance + HST
Includes Session, and Night lift ticket $92 + HST N/A
Includes Session, *Rentals, and Night lift ticket $112 + $2 rental insurance + HST


Session only $84 + HST $127 + HST
Session and *Rentals only $104 + $2 rental insurance + HST $147 + $2 rental insurance + HST


*skis/boots & poles or snowboard and boots


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Junior Adventure Camp ages 6-14

An exciting experience for the skier and snowboader who are comfortable on blue and black terrain with intermediate to advanced skills.  This fast-paced program will entertian and improve your child, through safe exciting activity.  All adventure camps begin with an assessment of skills, to ensure proper range of abilities are assigned within each group.

Available Saturday & Sundays begining in December

  • 1 1/2 hour lesson:  10am, 1pm, 4pm 
  • 2 Consecutive Sessions: 10am-11:30am & 1pm-2:30pm OR 1pm-2:30pm  & 4pm-5:30pm

Daily Christmas and March Break


1½ hour Session

2 Consecutive Sessions:

10am-11:30am & 1pm-2:30pm


1pm-2:30pm & 4pm-5:30pm

Includes Session and Day/Night lift ticket $101 + HST $142 + HST
Includes Session, *Rentals, and Day/Night lift ticket $121 + $2 rental insurance + HST $162 + $2 rental insurance + HST
Includes Session, and Night lift ticket $92 + HST N/A
Includes Session, *Rentals, and Night lift ticket $112 + $2 rental insurance + HST


Session only $84 + HST $127 + HST
Session and *Rentals only $104 + $2 rental insurance + HST $147 + $2 rental insurance + HST



Request a Junior Adventure Camp

Child Care Weekend/Holiday 

Aavailable ONLY at the Mount St Louis Base

Ages 3-5

The building is not a Day Care building; however we are equipped to entertain your child if you wish to have your little one taken care of. Your child must be toilet trained. If you wish to have your child remain at our Kids Camp building over lunch, we do provide a set menu at cost. Please indicate your intentions at registration and we will be able to accommodate your request.


  • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Saturday or Sunday beginning in December and daily during Christmas & March Break

Reservations are recommended

Nutritious Lunch may be purchased for $15 (includes tax)

Time Cost Plus HST
1 Hours $22
2 Hours $32
4 Hours $48


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Welcome First Timers!

Arrival Procedure

  • children ages 3 to 5
  • separate Kids Camp building caters to  your young one learning to ski

Where to find our Kids Camp Building:

Louis Side

From the parking lot:

  • When facing the main chalet, stay left (south) Kids Camp building is directly left of main chalet

What is available at Kids Camp?

Morning, afternoon and early evening lessons

  • rental equipment, including helmet
  • an area to store your child’s belongings
  • a child’s restroom.  
  • peanut free zone

Kids Camp is open on weekends and daily during Christmas, Family Day Monday & March Break

Registration Desk

  • fill out appropriate forms, including medical history (if applicable), age and weight  
  • Once registered children are sized up with appropriate equipment
  • Parents return to registration area for child pick up
  • You will be given a  CHILD RELEASE SLIP

  • Present slip at time of pick up

What next?

  • sizing of equipment
  • instructional time on snow and indoor care if needed

You are free to enjoy your time skiing or riding while your child is under our supervision. 

  • Lesson 1.5 hours
  • Start times: 10am, 1pm or 4pm
  • Can extend learning to 2 time blocks in a row for total 3 hrs of lessons

Suggested Time Frame

Arrive early.  

Here is a time line:

  • Registration, Rental & Fitting  8:45am – 9:45am
  • Morning Session    10:00am – 11:30am
  • Lunch (if requested)    noon
  • Registration, Rental & Fitting  12:15pm – 12:45pm
  • Afternoon Session    1:00pm – 2:30pm
  • Child pick-up     2:45pm – 3:00pm

Teaching Terrain

  • Kids Camp building is steps away from a magic carpet and Instructor meeting area for our Children’s Ski program. 
  • The participants start and finish in this area for child safety

Rental use after teaching session

Extend the use of rental equipment and ski with your child on your own!

  • inform attendant during registration 
  • small fee

Child Care

Have your little one taken care of for an hour or so!

  • toilet trained children only
  • affordable hourly rates

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Nutritious Lunch

Set menu only $15 (includes tax)

Need To Know...

MSLM reserves the right to refuse a child  due to:

  • apparent flu-like symptoms
  • age
  • communication barrier or readiness for instruction. 

There are no refunds for children who do not want to be on the snow and while in our care.

Grouping your child

Based on:

  • age
  • assessment of their ability
  • Snow conditions
  • Child’s interest (these factors change daily) 
  • assessment is done for the benefit and safety of your child.

Parent Contact

Parent or guardian MUST remain on site during program hours.

Length of lesson

1.5 hour session is our goal This time frame may change due to:

  • group dynamics
  • snow conditions and/or weather

A Snow Pro's first priority is the well being and safety of all children under their care.

Chairlift Use

Our goal is to improve their skills!

Once past the Magic Carpet stage, your child may ride the chair with members of the general public

First Aid

Enquire at any Guest Services Desk.  You can report incidents to Ski Patrol (red jacket with white cross on the back), or Snow School Staff (blue jacket). 

First Aid stations are located at each lodge:

  • Moonstone – north of Day lodge separate building
  • Louis – south of Day lodge separate building

Lost and Found

Lost and found items are located at Guest Service Desk inside both Moonstone or Louis chalets

How to Dress

3-layer approach
1. Wicking (worn next to your skin keeping moisture and sweat away from your skin).
2. Insulating (middle layer that keeps the cold out and the warmth in)
3. Protection (exterior layer to guard against elements)
Turtleneck shirts, sweaters, long underwear, footless tights are good options as under layers.  Avoid cotton next to your skin at it will absorb sweat and make you shiver.  Wool or acrylic socks are better than cotton can lead to unwanted blisters.

Helpful Hints 

1. First layer should fit snugly in order to properly wick moisture
2. Insulating layer should be loose enough to trap air between your layers but not too bulky yet allowing a full range of movement.
3. Denim and cotton are not recommended as the dampness will soak through and you will end up cold.
4. Wearing eye protection having UV protection is very important
5. Goggles should fit above the eyebrows and below cheekbones, there should be no gaps around the nose and should be sealed all around
6. Extra socks will only restrict circulation and result in cold feet
7. Many individuals forget about the effects of the sun, against the background of the snow.  The suns rays are very strong, skin and eye protection are a most.  Protect skin with UV protective sun screen and eyes with UV protective glasses
8. Good idea to have some loose change to purchase a locker or a well deserved hot chocolate break
9. Gloves and hand wear should be water resistant.  If snowboarding, wrist guards are a smart preventative tool
10. Long scarves or should stay at home at it is a safety issues with regards to lifts and sight of gliding skier/rider
11. The resort is not responsible for lost itmes – bring only what you need – purses, I-pads, jewelry, video games are best left at home.  If you must bring any of these items it is highly recommended to rent a locker of for the day