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A mum and her son ride the Skyride chairlift back to the top of the Luge tracks at Skyline Luge Mont Tremblant. A mum and her son ride the Skyride chairlift back to the top of the Luge tracks at Skyline Luge Mont Tremblant.

Luge Safety

How to Luge

Our purpose-built Luge carts provide the rider with full control over their speed and direction using a unique braking and steering system. It's simple to use, just pull back on the handlebars to slow down or stop and release the handlebars slightly to accelerate. Our Luge instructors give you a full briefing on how to Luge before your first ride.

Skyline Luge Mont-Tremblant Code of Conduct

Luging involves sudden accelerating and braking through downhill bends, tunnels and dips. To ride you must be in good physical health and a sound mental state.

If you suspect that riding could aggravate a pre-existing condition or put your health at risk for any reason, do not ride without first consulting a medical professional.

Please also be aware of the Chairlift safety guidelines demonstrated in our Chairlift Code of Conduct on-site.

Unfortunately, pregnant mothers are not allowed to ride.

Luge Code Of Conduct

  • Obey signs and instruction

    Comply with all track signs and warnings. Follow all instructions and directions from staff. 

  • Height restrictions

    You must be at least 110cm in height and 6 years old to be eligible to ride the Luge alone.

    To ride the chair you must be at least 85cm, be able to walk unassisted and be able to follow instructions from staff.

  • No alcohol or drugs

    Do not ride the Luge if your ability or judgement is impaired through the use of alcohol or drugs. 

  • Secure loose clothing and articles

    Long hair, loose or trailing clothing, bags, backpacks or items, are hazardous and must be secured.

  • No helmet, no ride

    Helmets must be worn at all times while on the Luge track.

  • No handheld devices

    Handheld devices must not be used at any time during chairlift and Luge ride. 

  • Keep both hands on the handlebars at all times

    Do not ride with one hand as it limits control of the Luge. 

  • Keep your feet in Downhill Kart at all times

    Do not put your feet outside of the Luge foot-well unless completely stopped. 

  • Pull back to stop

    To slow or stop the Luge pull handle bars back toward you. Do not stop by pushing handlebars forward. 

  • Keep it under control

    Remain in control of Luge speed and direction at all times. Make sure you can stop and avoid any person or obstacle.

  • No bumping, skidding. No group racing!

    Do not bump into other Luge carts. Do not skid the Luge wheels. Racing in groups is not allowed.

  • Give way to those below

    Give way to people downhill and choose a course that ensures their safety.

  • Don‚Äôt block the track

    Do not stop on the track unless you’re visible to riders above. If stuck, move to the side of the track so you’re not a hazard to others.