Éducation

Construisez. Collaborer. Engagez. Inspirez.

The creators, builders and leaders of a more sustainable future can be found in the classrooms and playgrounds of our community. Conservation Halton offers education programs for students of all ages to learn at the parks, in schools and at home, virtually.

Young students in front of school buses with trees in the background.

Outreach Programs

 

GREEN SPACE: NEWCOMER YOUTH CLIMATE FORUM

Climate change is a challenge without a precedent. It can feel overwhelming, but youth can make a difference with their skills, knowledge, and experience! Conservation Halton launched the Green Space: Newcomer Youth Climate Forum in partnership with RBC Tech for Nature to help youth (ages 14-29) learn more about climate change, gain practical skills to help their community fight climate change, and make new friends.

The Green Space program runs from Octobre 16, 2023 to June 8, 2024. Monthly workshops will be held in-person at Conservation Halton Parks. Free transportation is available at select pick-up locations in Burlington, Oakville and Milton.

This program gives youth the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and the knowledge and skills needed to take on leadership roles in local climate action initiatives. Youth will:

  • Learn about climate science, the current climate crisis, and its local and global impact
  • Learn how to use technology to collect and interpret environmental data
  • Participate in nature-based climate solutions (e.g., tree planting, invasive species removal, native seed collection)
  • Learn about native Ontario plants and animals through outdoor learning
  • Learn about government policies, laws, and initiatives related to climate action, adaptation, and mitigation
  • Explore career paths related to climate science and environmental monitoring
  • Carry out a climate-communications capstone project to lead local change!

Click here to download the 2023-2024 Green Space poster

For more information about our workshop series, please contact the Program Administrator, Sita Ganesan at sganesan@hrca.on.ca

The project is being completed in partnership with:

 

The Halton Children’s Water Festival (HCWF) provides curriculum-linked education about all aspects of water through inquiry and investigation. The HCWF combines Ontario curriculum requirements and offers fun, hands-on learning activity centres that are displayed throughout the event in a natural outdoor setting. Nearly 60 interactive activity centres teach children about water conservation and protection, water health and safety, water science and technology, and water and society.


Field Trips

Conservation Halton Parks are the perfect location for field trips with a number of curriculum-linked programs and an experienced team of outdoor educators. Field trip programs can be provided for students in Preschool and Kindergarten, through to Grade 12.

Grade Program Name Localisation Length Description Price Booking Info
Preschool Jeu de la nature Mountsberg 1.5 h Play-based learning belongs outside! Bring your class for a day of hands-on exploration and fun in the outdoors. Dress to get messy, we will be following the children’s lead as we explore all that the current season has to offer; be that frogs, snow, wildflowers, squirrel drays, or forts. This program aims foster curiosity and inquiry while letting kids be kids in the outdoors.

Program includes: facilitated free play in safe natural spaces with loose parts and lots of opportunity to explore!

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Preschool Maple Syrup Time Mountsberg 1.5 h A Mountsberg Classic! Take a wagon ride to the sugar bush to tap a maple tree, smell the boiling sap, and taste fresh maple syrup. We’ll learn all about the history of maple sugaring in Maple Town!

Program includes: puppet show (for ages K-gr.3), wagon ride, guided tour of a working sugar bush, tree tapping demonstration, maple syrup tasting

$10/ student Submit Booking Request

Grade Program Name Localisation Length Description Price Booking Info
K- Grade 1 Jeu de la nature Mountsberg 1.5 h Play-based learning belongs outside! Bring your class for a day of hands-on exploration and fun in the outdoors. Dress to get messy, we will be following the children’s lead as we explore all that the current season has to offer; be that frogs, snow, wildflowers, squirrel drays, or forts. This program aims foster curiosity and inquiry while letting kids be kids in the outdoors.

Program includes: facilitated free play in safe natural spaces with loose parts and lots of opportunity to explore!

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
K- Grade 6 Maple Syrup Time! Mountsberg 1.5 h A Mountsberg Classic! Take a wagon ride to the sugar bush to tap a maple tree, smell the boiling sap, and taste fresh maple syrup. We’ll learn all about the history of maple sugaring in Maple Town!

Program includes: puppet show (for ages K-gr.3), wagon ride, guided tour of a working sugar bush, tree tapping demonstration, maple syrup tasting

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
K- Grade 3 Owl Prowl Mountsberg 1.5 h Come “nose to beak” with live owls native to Ontario. Learn about their fascinating adaptations, their habitats and homes, hear their calls, and feel their soft feathers and sharp talons.

Program includes: puppet show, live owls, guided tour of the wildlife walkway trail, bioartefacts.

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 3- 6 Snowshoe Adventure Crawford Lake 1.5h Begin your adventure with a brief introduction to the history of snowshoeing then suit up and hit the trails! We will travel fields and trails looking for animal tracks and other signs of living things. There are no shoes like snowshoes when it comes to exploring the winter landscape!

Program includes: snowshoe rentals, training on the use of snowshoes, guided hike featuring wildlife signs and tracks

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 3 – 6  Life in the Longhouse Crawford Lake 3h During this program students will develop an understanding and education of Longhouse culture by visiting a reconstructed Longhouse teaching Village. This experience has hands- on opportunities abound where students engage in games, craft making, and longhouse exploration. This program also explores our relationship with the environment through a guided hike around Crawford Lake.

Program includes: longhouse exploration, fire starting, traditional games, pendants or artifacts activity, and a guided hike.

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 4-6 Birds of Prey Mountsberg 1.5h Learn about the adaptations and biodiversity of the different types of raptors found in Ontario. This program explores how raptors interact with their environments and features “nose to beak” experiences with live birds of prey.

Program includes: meeting live birds of prey, guided tour of the Wildlife Walkway trail, hands-on exploration of bioartefacts, and interactive games and activities

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 4-6 Map & Compass Mountsberg 3h Students learn about map symbols and legends, then use local maps to explore the watershed and find connections between human features and the natural world. Students will also learn how to use a compass as they travel the on-site orienteering course.

Program includes: introduction to mapping, introduction to compasses, outdoor orienteering fun!

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 4-6 Instincts for Survival Mountsberg 1.5h An outdoor education classic! This is a VERY active program in which students assume the roles of herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores in a terrestrial ecosystem. Students learn about the relationships between various species and their habitat. Food chains, adaptations and habitat requirements are all explored in this program.

Program includes: interactive Instincts for Survival game

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 1 Living Things Mountsberg 3h Through up close encounters with live animals and hands-on outdoor exploration, students learn about the characteristics and needs of living things. Students will meet Mountsberg’s raptors, snakes, and farm animals in this jam-packed program!

Program includes: puppet show, raptor centre walkway, discovery hike (seasonal games & activities), farmyard visit, native snake session, hands-on bioartefact exploration

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 2 Exploring Animal Life Mountsberg 3h Amazing animal encounters help students learn about the physical/behavioural characteristics and seasonal/life cycles of Mountsberg’s raptors, snakes, and farm animals! This program focuses on interactive learning to build understanding of how animals may be affected by human activity.

Program includes: puppet show, raptor centre walkway, discovery hike (seasonal games & activities), farmyard visit, snake session, hands-on bioartefact exploration

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 2 SPLASH (May & June only) Mountsberg 1.5h Through exploration of Mountsberg’s wetlands, students will investigate the similarities and differences in the characteristics of various organisms that call this habitat home. Using dip nets and magnifying lenses students will discover how important wetlands are and our need to protect them.

Program includes: exploration of a pond habitat, hands on dip netting in a wetland habitat, puppet show

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 2 Green Thumbs
(September, Octobre, May and June only)
Mountsberg 3h Students will dig in and explore a natural area, and use games, activities, and crafts to learn how humans past and present depend on plants and soils for their survival, how plants and soils support our planet, and how each student can protect plants and soils today. Warning-creepy crawly and messy hand zone! Dress to get messy!

Program includes: maple seed game, seed bomb making, soil sampling, guided plant discovery hike

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 4 Habitats Mountsberg 3h Spend  half the day exploring the plants and animals that populate a variety of habitats and the adaptations organisms use to survive. The second half of the day is spent engaging in the role-playing game Instincts for Survival. This fast-paced, fun game helps students understand the needs of a natural community and the roles of specific organisms within food chains (herbivores, omnivores and carnivores).

Program includes: hands- on exploration of 2 different habitats, interactive Instincts for Survival activity.

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 4 Species at Risk Mountsberg 1.5h This program explores the issues surrounding Ontario’s species at risk, what it means to be “at risk” and what students can do to help at risk species in their own backyards. Experiences with live birds of prey will help students understand the threats to Ontario’s wildlife.

Program includes: visits with live species at risk, storytelling, and interactive games and activities

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 5 Watts the Difference Mountsberg 3h Students explore how energy is used, how we can use less energy, and how energy can be generated in a renewable way. This program strives to show how seemingly small changes in our energy consumption habits can have a tremendous impact.

Program includes: exploration of solar power generation, giant wind power trivia game, hands-on hydro activity, energy conservation relay game

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 6 Biodiversity Mountsberg 3h This program provides students the opportunity to sample the living things in a specific habitat and understand their classification and relationship to other living things. Students will learn that biodiversity includes diversity among individuals, species, and ecosystems and why it is so important for the health of humans and the planet as a whole.

Program includes: hands -on classification activity, hands-on exploration of 2 different ecosystems, live animal biodiversity session.

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 6 Flight
(September, May and June only)
Mountsberg 1.5h Students will enjoy a unique experience learning the properties of air that make flight possible, design and construct a flying device and identify environmental impacts and hazards. Staff will use live raptors to demonstrate the natural flying abilities and aerodynamics of birds of prey using the four forces of flight.

Program includes: hands-on flight experiments, properties of air experiments and discussion, creation of a flying device, bird of prey demonstration, guided hike

$10/ student Submit Booking Request

Grade Program Name Localisation Length Description Price Booking Info
Grade 7- 12 Tour of Discovery Crawford Lake 1.5h During the Tour Discovery, learn about the unearthing of the teaching Longhouse village, explore the tradition of maple sugar making and other Indigenous technologies.

Program includes: Guided tour of the longhouse village, longhouse exploration, traditional fire starting, and sampling of cornbread and maple syrup OR lakeside sharing.

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 7- 12 Snowshoe Adventure Crawford Lake 1.5h Begin your adventure with a brief introduction to the history of snowshoeing then suit up and hit the trails! We will travel fields and trails looking for animal tracks and other signs of living things. There are no shoes like snowshoes when it comes to exploring the winter landscape!

Program includes: snowshoe rentals, training on the use of snowshoes, guided hike featuring wildlife signs and tracks

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 7-12 Birds of Prey Mountsberg 1.5h Learn about the adaptations and biodiversity of the different types of raptors found in Ontario. This program explores how raptors interact with their environments and features “nose to beak” experiences with live birds of prey.

Program includes: meeting live birds of prey, guided tour of the Wildlife Walkway trail, hands-on exploration of bioartefacts, and interactive games and activities

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 7-12 Birds of Prey Photoshoot Mountsberg 1.5h Staff perch a variety of birds of prey in scenic locations for budding photographers to practice their craft. $10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 7-12 Maple Syrup Time! Mounstberg 1.5h A Mountsberg Classic! Take a wagon ride to the sugar bush to tap a maple tree, smell the boiling sap, and taste fresh maple syrup. We’ll learn all about the history of maple sugaring in Maple Town!

Program includes: puppet show (for ages K-gr.3), wagon ride, guided tour of a working sugar bush, tree tapping demonstration, maple syrup tasting

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 7-12 Instincts for Survival Mountsberg 1.5h An outdoor education classic! This is a VERY active program in which students assume the roles of herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores in a terrestrial ecosystem. Students learn about the relationships between various species and their habitat. Food chains, adaptations and habitat requirements are all explored in this program.

Program includes: interactive Instincts for Survival game

$10/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 7 Environment & Us Mountsberg 3h Biodiversity is under threat from human activity causing climate change and habitat loss. The adaptability of ecosystems is challenged by the speed of the change we face. Individual actions can make a difference. Environment & Us is an active program that provides an opportunity for students to understand how humans impact the environment and how to take action to preserve our natural spaces and fellow creatures.

Program includes: The Tipping Point Game, The Environment & Us Amazing Race, and a Take Action Stewardship Session.

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 7-12 Niagara Escarpment: Take a Hike! Crawford Lake 3h Escape from the classroom for a day and Take a Hike! Hike the Niagara Escarpment between Crawford Lake and Rattlesnake Point Conservation Areas and explore concepts of environmental change and human-environment interactions. Students participate in a hike that leads them to a greater awareness of environmental protection in our region.

Program includes: 5km hike over rugged terrain, exploring geological features, a variety of ecosystems and areas disturbed by human use. Students view a variety of land use on the Niagara Escarpment and seek to find the balance between nature and humans.

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 9-10 Climate Change SOS Mountsberg 3h The issue of climate change is explored through the real-life case study of the Mountsberg sugar bush. Sugar maples are a tree species with very specific growth requirements. It is expected that these remarkable trees will feel the effects of climate change more acutely and sooner than many other tree species. Participants in this program help Mountsberg staff to monitor the sugar maples in our working sugar bush. Will the trees continue to thrive in Southern Ontario? Your students can help us find out. Students also engage in activities that promote awareness of the economic impacts of removing this species from Southern Ontario and what they can do in their own life to help.

Program includes: syrup tasting, hands-on tree health monitoring, tipping point game, sugar bush biodiversity hike

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 9-10 Animals and Climate Change Mountsberg 3h Get up close and personal with animals – and climate change!

Climate change is going to affect different animals in different ways – and some animals are going to effect climate change. Students will get a chance to explore the Raptors Centre to learn about birds of prey and the impact of climate change on species at risk and trophic webs. Over at the barn, students will meet farm animals and discuss their environmental impact, plus how food choices impact greenhouse gas emissions. The program ends with an exploration of the impacts of climate change, habitat destruction, and overexploitation on the biodiversity of Mountsberg’s Sugarbush.

Program includes animal meet and greets and a nature hike.

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 10-12 Nature’s Genius: Using Biomimicry for Climate Solutions Mountsberg 3h Nature is the ultimate researcher and designer. When we listen to nature’s genius, we can create bold, dynamic, and adaptable solutions to our current problems! Students will use the biomimicry design framework to abstract a climate change solution based on a local organism.

Program includes a hike and biomimicry design challenge.

$16/ student Submit Booking Request
Grade 11 Giant’s Rib Crawford Lake 3h Students will explore the interconnections between the geology, plants, animals, and humans in Ontario’s most unique habitat – the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Through a series of role hands on discoveries students will evaluate Ontario’s stewardship of this phenomenal natural resource.

Program includes: 5km hike over rugged terrain, students examine the Niagara Escarpment through the lens ecosystem conservation, economic development and environmental monitoring as they strive to decide if we are striking the right balance between the human and the natural on the Niagara Escarpment.

$16/ student Submit Booking Request

 

In-School Programs

In addition to field trips at our parks, Conservation Halton has education programs that will bring nature into your school! School programs can be provided in the classroom, on the property or somewhere in the community. Programs can include all kinds of activities, like nose-to-beak interaction with birds of prey, and planting native species to inspire a new generation of nature-lovers.

Programmes virtuels

The educators at Conservation Halton would be more than happy to bring our education programs to a screen in your home, workplace, classroom or community centre. The virtual programs often include interesting videos, unique props, animal guests, and for the little ones, entertainment from our team of puppets. If you want to bring nature education to your community, virtual programs are a safe, simple, and accessible way to do it.

Grade Program Name Length Description Price Booking Info
K- Grade 3 Maple Syrup Time 1h We are headed into the sugar bush to find Bushy the Squirrel who will help us learn all about how maple syrup is made! We will sing Mountsberg’s special maple syrup song and learn how people and animals rely on beautiful sugar maples for their delicious sap. $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 1-2 Life in a Pond 1h From frogs and snakes, to dragonflies and waterfowl, we’ll dive into the different life cycles of the living things that live in the ponds, swamps and marshes at Mountsberg. Special guest appearance by one of Mountsberg’s educational snakes! $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 1-2 Owls in Focus 1h Get “screen to beak” with live owls. Learn about their fascinating adaptations, their habitats and calls, and see their soft, silent feathers and sharp talons. $100/class Submit Booking Request
Grade 1-2 Farmyard Friends

(Temporarily unavailable)

1h We bring the Mountsberg barn animals right into your classroom! Learn about chickens, bunnies, donkeys and more during this fun and interactive presentation with live farm animals! $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 1-3 Pollinator Power 1h Bees, butterflies, beetles, ants and more! Pollination is at the heart of the food web, and we are going in search of the creatures responsible! Special guest appearances by Bushy the Squirrel and Mountsberg’s very own Beekeeper! $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 2 Virtual Water Festival GRADE 2 1h The highly popular grade 2 activities of the Halton Children’s Water Festival have gone virtual! Whether you use this program as  pre-Water Festival preparation or as a stand alone program your students will love learning all about the water cycle from Winnie the Water Drop and Ben The Water Guy! $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 3 Green Thumbs 1h Students will learn how humans depend on plants for their survival and how we can help protect them. We will explore the difference between native and invasive species and learn to recognize some local plants. Special guest appearance by a Conservation Halton ecologist who will help us learn how to collect and plant native seed to help support healthy ecosystems! $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 4 Raptor Connections 1h Sit back & get ready to explore an in depth look at the fascinating world of Ontario’s Birds of Prey! Learn about the adaptations and biodiversity of the different types of raptors found in Ontario. This presentation explores how raptors interact with their environments and features a live experience with some of our resident birds of prey. $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 4 Species at Risk 1h Visit “screen to beak” with several of Mountsberg’s live birds of prey as we explore the issues surrounding Ontario’s species at risk. We will discover what it means to be “at risk” and what students can do to help at risk species in their own neighbourhood. $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 5 Virtual Water Festival
GRADE 5
1hr Grade 5 students will be introduced to  special guests from Conservation Halton’s flood control department and learn all about how CH protects our community from flooding. Your CH educator  will help students understand floodplains, flood control, the climate change connection, and how they can be flood smart! $100/class Submit a booking request
Grade 6 Raptors Around the Globe 1h Mountsberg is known for our native Ontario birds of prey but we also have fascinating residents from more exotic locales! Allow us to introduce your students to some of our non-native species and explore how different habitats lead to different adaptations among raptors around the globe! $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 3-6 Virtual Life in the Longhouse 1h Discover the history of Crawford Lake, from the story of Lake to longhouse, to how the teaching village at Crawford Lake came to be. We will also explore traditional resources and technologies such as fire, foods, building shelters, and medicines, and how this relates to our modern societies. $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 4- 6 Neighbourhood Birding 1h Get to know the feathered friends that call your backyard and neighbourhood home. This program will help beginners learn to  identify year-round residents such as the Northern Cardinal and Black-capped Chickadee, as well as how to attract birds to your yard in a responsible way. $100/ class Submit Booking Request

 

Grade Program Name Length Description Price Booking Info
Grade 7 Species at Risk 1h Visit “screen to beak” with several of Mountsberg’s live birds of prey as we explore the issues surrounding Ontario’s species at risk. We will discover what it means to be “at risk” and what students can do to help at risk species in their own neighbourhood. $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 8 High Waters 1h Did you know Conservation Halton has been keeping Halton Region safe from flooding since 1956?! With the help of special guest appearances from Conservation Halton’s experts in flood control our educators will help students understand floodplains, flood control, the climate change connection, and how they can be flood smart! $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 9 Niagara Escarpment: Take a Hike! 1h Enjoy this 5km hike from Crawford Lake Conservation Area to Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area through the beautiful Nassagaweya Canyon – virtually! We will discover the geology, ecology, and history of the Niagara Escarpment along the way. This 450-million-year journey features fossils, ancient cedars, a special guest appearance from a Conservation Halton ecologist and virtual vistas from the trail! $100/ class Submit Booking Request
Grade 7-12 Neighbourhood Birding 1h Get to know the feathered friends that call your backyard and neighbourhood home. This program will help beginners learn to  identify year-round residents such as the Northern Cardinal and Black-capped Chickadee, as well as how to attract birds to your yard in a responsible way. $100/ class Submit Booking Request

Recreational Programs

Kelso Conservation Area offers a wide range of activities for all kinds of groups. Whether you’re planning a school event, corporate retreat, birthday party, and even a group of friends looking for an adventure, you’ll find a package that suits your needs.

All bookings come with a day pass to Kelso Conservation Area which includes access to the hiking, mountain biking trails and the beach. All of which your group is welcome to use before, during, or after your scheduled activities.

School Groups 

Our diverse outdoor activity packages provide an ideal platform for school groups of all ages to cultivate confidence, teamwork, and problem-solving skills. Through engaging experiences, students develop valuable life abilities in an adventurous and supportive environment. 

All prices are for groups of 20-60 participants. For larger groups, please contact us for a quote.

Students under 8 get to enjoy all our recreational activities that stay close to the ground. This includes Team Building Activities, Archery, and our brand-new disc golf course. If requested we can set up the “Wee Tees”, special tee boxes for the Kelso disc golf course that make the game more fun and more accessible to our younger disc golfers. Archery lines are also moveable to accommodate archers of all ages. 

Grade  Program Name  Length  Description  Price  Booking Info 
1-3  Disc Golf and Archery  3hrs  

10:30am-1:30pm 

Disc Golf – 1h 15m 

Archery – 1h 15m 

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m 

Disc Golf Disc Rental Included* 

$18/ Student
+HST 
Submit Booking Request
1-3  Disc Golf and Team Building Activities  3hrs  

10:30am-1:30pm 

Disc Golf – 1h 15m 

Team Building Activities – 1h 15m 

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m 

Disc Golf Disc Rental Included* 

$18/ Student 

+HST 

Submit Booking Request
1-3  Archery and Team Building Activities  3hrs  

10:30am-1:30pm 

Archery – 1h 15m 

Team Building Activities – 1h 15m 

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m 

$18/ Student 

+HST 

 

Submit Booking Request

*Rental inclusions do not account for lost discs, in the event of lost discs, invoices will include $12.00/disc lost. 

Students aged 8 and above can fully engage in all our activities, including the climbing tower and aerial course, enjoying a diverse range of experiences tailored to their age and capabilities.

Height and weight restrictions apply to the Aerial Course & Climb Tower.

Grade  Program Name  Length  Description  Price  Booking Info 
4+ Disc Golf and Archery 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Disc Golf – 1h 15m

Archery – 1h 15m

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m

Disc Golf Disc Rental Included*

$18/ Student

+HST

Submit Booking Request
4+ Disc Golf and Team Building Activities 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Disc Golf – 1h 15m

Team Building Activities – 1h 15m

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m

Disc Golf Disc Rental Included*

$18/ Student

+HST

Submit Booking Request
4+ Archery and Team Building Activities 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Archery – 1h 15m

Team Building Activities – 1h 15m

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m

$18/ Student

+HST

 

Submit Booking Request
4+ Climb Tower and Disc Golf 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Climb Tower – 1h 15m

Disc Golf – 1h 15m

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m

Disc Golf Disc Rental Included*

$18/ Student

+HST

Submit Booking Request
4+ Aerial Course and Disc Golf 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Aerial Course – 1h 15m

Disc Golf – 1h 15m Reserved Picnic Area – 30m

Disc Golf Disc Rental Included*

$18/ Student

+HST

 

Submit Booking Request
4+ Aerial Course and Climb Tower 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Aerial Course – 1h 15m

Climb Tower – 1h 15m

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m

$27/ Student

+HST

**Maximum 50 total participants for this combination due to course capacities

Submit Booking Request
4+ Aerial Course and Team Building Activities 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Aerial Course – 1h 15m

Team Building Activities – 1h 15m

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m

$27/ Student

+HST

Submit Booking Request
4+ Aerial Course and Archery 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Aerial Course – 1h 15m

Archery – 1h 15m

Reserved Picnic Area – 30m

$27/ Student

+HST

Submit Booking Request
4+ Climb Tower and Archery 3hrs

10:30am-1:30pm

Climb Tower – 1h 15m
Archery – 1h 15mReserved Picnic Area – 30m
$27/ Student

+HST

Submit Booking Request

*Rental inclusions do not account for lost discs, in the event of lost discs, invoices will include $12.00/disc lost.

 

Informed Consent

Please note an informed consent form is required to be signed and submitted on site for each participant. If the informed consent forms are not brought on site and submitted, we are unable to go ahead with the planned programming and alternate activities will take place instead. 

Aerial Course 

  • Climbers less than 45” tall must be accompanied by a chaperone to assist as the progress through the course 
  • Climbers must be between 20 lbs & 275 lbs to fit safe weight ranges for harnesses 
  • Climbers must be less than 7’ tall to use the Escarpment Walk 

Climbing Tower 

  • Climbers must be between 20 lbs & 275 lbs to fit safe weight ranges for harnesses 

*Please see https://www.conservationhalton.ca/challenge-course/ for more information