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#6-149, 2100 BLOOR ST W, Toronto, Ontario, M6P 1A7, Canada
(416) 537-7669 www.hpsc.ca
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Jul 11, 2018
High Park Ski Club has changed my life! Amazing trips to the best ski resorts of the world (from Quebec and Rockies to Alps), safe and fun lessons to learn and improve skills in winter sport and many friends for life time! After 10 plus years of volunteering I've also learned new professions and skills that enhanced my life and brought even more loyal friends to my life. The quality of active life with amazing people - priceless!

Mar 12, 2018
I have now been with this club for almost 10 years and love it. I started as a low intermediate skier who was too cheap to take lessons and took the club's free ski lessons and have progressed to ski almost any mountain. My husband and I used to try to ski together before we joined the club, but we were different levels and skied apart, and usually alone. With the club, we skied with new friends of our own levels and met again at lunch and après-ski. With all the lessons I've been taking, we are sking together and loving it. I highly recommend this club.

Jan 5, 2017
High Park Ski Club has changed my life for the better. I had never skied in my life before joining High Park, but I decided to give it a go... and I knew from my first day trip that this club was amazing! High Park gave me free lessons on every trip, an easy way to get to the hills from downtown Toronto, and affordable opportunities to travel worldwide. I made many friends on the buses, and look forward to every winter weekend. By the end of my second year with High Park, I became good enough to pass my instructor certification. Since then I've moved out West and back again, and have taken up many volunteer roles in the club. The club keeps its prices low by being volunteer-run and non-profit. The club runs test drive days where non-members can try it out and get a feel for the experience. Hope to ski with you!

Feb 3, 2017
I am a downhill skier but recently decided to try cross country and put myself in the hands of High Park's Snow School. The lesson I had was excellent. My instructor, Emma, started out slowly, explaining the basics and had us practice each step. When she figured we were ready, she would gradually add in another skill to the point where, when the lesson was finished, I felt confident enough to try it on my own in the afternoon. I have to say that tracking through a snow covered woods is a nice way to spend a day and was made that more enjoyable by a very good lesson!

Dec 7, 2016
Great club and great free ski lesson. Awesome instruction.

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