PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU COME TO THE CLUB - We want to help make this process as seamless as possible so we can get you out on the slopes, but we need your help! If you do not have your RFID cards, you will need to provide the parking attendants with the names of the individuals in your car and answer all 7 questions on the COVID Heath Attestation each time you arrive at the Club before being permitted to park.
We know that there are still many Members who have not picked-up their RFID cards. In order to ensure a smooth and quick pick-up, please complete BOTH the Club Waiver and COVID-19 Health Attestation for each Family Member, including children. If your waivers are not complete, we will not be able to issue your RFID cards upon arrival.
1. Adult Winter Waiver (18 Years & Older) Each Adult Member must complete their own attestation using their own, unique email address.
2. Adult Member Health Attestation (18 Years & Older) Each Adult Member must complete their own attestation using their own, unique email address.
1. Minor Winter Waiver (17 Years & Younger) To be completed by the Adult Member Parent/Guardian for each child under their membership.
2. Minor Member Health Attestation (17 Years & Younger) To be completed by the Adult Member Parent/Guardian for each child under their membership.
Both the Health Attestation and Winter Waivers must be completed prior to picking up your RFID card.
RFID pick-up is available at the West Lodge Ticket Window from 8:30am to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday March 6 & 7, as well as from Tuesday March 9 onwards.
Is Caledon Open?
Yes. As of the new updates from the Provincial Government, the Club closed on December 24th at 1 pm as regularly scheduled. Skiing resumed Wednesday, March 10th. Members also have access to the practice disc golf course, and hiking trails (weather permitting).
Caledons remaining days of operations for skiing are Friday, April 2nd, to Sunday the 4th. (Weather permitting)
What do I do when I arrive at the Club?
RFID cards are ready for those Members who have paid their annual dues and filled out their online waivers. Every Member will have one that they MUST bring with them to the Club. You will be asked to confirm your health attestation each day when you arrive and your RFID cards will be scanned.
Can I bring guests?
Do I need to wear a mask?
Yes. Masks are currently mandatory on Club property. Please bring at least one spare mask with you as well each day. Masks must be a minimum of a 2-layer mask, with 3 layers recommended. Loose-fitting facemasks, scarves, and single-layered thin neckwarmers are examples of pieces that do not qualify as a mask.
Is there any food service?
The Club is located in the Region of Peel and is in a "Grey" zone. At this date, there is no indoor dining. Food brought from home must be consumed inside your family vehicle or with your own family group at a picnic bench.
Will there be a bar?
If and when permitted by level, we hope to have some offering at the West Lodge. Currently, there is no bar service while in Grey. Personal alcohol is not permitted on Club property.
Will there be outdoor warming stations?
We have extra fire pits and benches across the property. Please dress warmly and bring extra layers.
Is the rink open?
The rink is now closed for the season, as daily temperatures have risen well above freezing.
Is there yoga this season?
Indoor yoga can not run during the lockdown. Outdoor yoga was proposed but the response from the Membership was not high enough to run through the season.
What about Glühwein, the ADF Fundraiser, Taco Party…?
All gatherings and events during Lockdown are not allowed to run. At this time, if we move to the Red level, those numbers only increase to 25. Most likely these events will return in the 2021-2022 season.
Can I sit and wait in the Lodge?
No. As the Region of Peel is in Grey, the Lodges are currently closed. The lodges are only open for washroom and locker access.
Can I use my locker?
Lockers are open, but for pick up and drop off only. Please send one family Member in at a time to pick up your gear.
Is the Kids Club open?
Unfortunately, Kids Club is closed for the season.
Who can I ride the lift with?
Please ride the chair with your own family/household. Those not in the same family group can ride with a space between them.
Are there lessons?
As of the first week of December we have made the difficult decision to cancel all organized classes. While in Grey, we are not allowed to have any organized lessons or events.
Is there a ski swap this year?
Equipment exchange is ongoing through Facebook. Search for the Caledon 2020-2021 Ski Swap and you can request to join. https://www.facebook.com/groups/caledon20202021skiswap
How do we report safety concerns?
They can be reported to the West Office or a Manager at the Club. Serious concerns should be reported directly to the General Manager.
How do I find out about updated information?
The Club will be sending out regular updates in our e-carver. Those same updates will be posted on our homepage, www.caledonskiclub.com, in the News section. Please continue to check in and follow along as the season is continually evolving.