A multidisciplinary team has completed a COVID-19 operational plan
which aligns with public health and WorkSafeNB guidance to ensure
protection of citizens, patrons and employees at all times.
Please read carefully the following COVID-19 related guidelines before your arrival at Centre Plein Air Mont Farlagne (CPAMF).
> Stay home if :
- You have COVID-19 symptoms or have received a COVID-19 diagnostic in the past 14 days;
- You are awaiting results of a COVID-19 test;
- You have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days;
- You have travelled in a zone at risk.
> Practice physical distancing of 2 meters (6 feet, a length of a pair of adult skis) at all times
with other guests. Physical barriers are installed where appropriate 2m distancing is
> Hands must be sanitized upon entry at the CPAMF. Hand sanitizing stations will be available at all entrances. Wash your hands often with soap or hand sanitizer during your stay.
> An improved cleaning and sanitizing protocol is in place for all sectors of the CPAMF.
> Contactless payment is preferred and encouraged for passes, food, beverage or other. This also applies for rental, repairs or ski lessons. Please visit our website http://www.montfarlagne.com or call us at 739-7669 for further information.
> All lockers are available. In order for this to be possible, physical distancing must be
respected at all times.
> Wearing a double layer community face mask is mandatory upon arrival in the parking lot.
Masks can be removed while practicing your activity, eating or drinking in the establishment
with proper physical distancing. Masks must cover the nose and chin (visor only not
accepted). Young children under 2 years of age are exempt.
> Seating capacities in the lodge are modified and limited to respect physical distancing
> Respect circulation signage at all times when circulating in the centre.
- Entrance to lodge on right side of building (administration side);
- Exit from lodge on left side (chairlift side);
- Respect proper direction of each door;
> Keep your circulation in the lodge to a minimum in order to minimize traffic. (bathroom, cafeteria, bar, lockers)
> Families and bubbles will access chairlift as usual. All other guests will be asked to embark 2
on ends of the chair or alone.
> The direction of the CPAMF reserves the right to refuse access or expel anyone with
> Anyone circulating on the premises of the CPAMF accepts these conditions and undertakes
to respect them.
These rules are subject to change in relation to an evolving situation and the public health and safety guidelines. Collaboration is of utmost importance and we thank you in advance for your comprehension. Please stay on the lookout for modifications of these rules on our CPAMF website or social media.