CHECK-IN AFTER 3:00 p.m. CHECK-OUT BEFORE 1:00 p.m.
PETS: MOUNT CAIN FACILITIES ARE PET FREE ZONES. Pets may not be inside any MCAPS building (rental cabin, lodge, etc). As well, dogs must be on a leash AT ALL TIMES. Please respect our rental accommodations, and fellow ski hill patrons, by strictly adhering to these guidelines. Guests not adhering to guidelines will be denied future rental opportunities, and charged a $50 cleaning fee.
NO FIRES OR FLAMES IN OR NEAR MCAPS’ BUILDINGS: No smoking, No candles, No outdoor fires.
ALCOHOL: The Cain Café in the lodge is liquor-licensed. Alcohol consumed in the café must be purchased from the café; private alcohol is not permitted. Private alcohol is permitted in the hostels and rental cabins only.
LODGE QUIET TIME: The lodge houses guests and Mount Cain staff. 11:00 p.m. is hostel quiet time and lodge closing time. PLEASE RESPECT THE SLEEP NEEDS OF ALL LODGE RESIDENTS.
LOSS OR DAMAGE: Guests are responsible for the replacement or repair cost of loss or damage to MCAPS rental accommodations structure or contents.
PARKING: For overnight snow clearing, all vehicles must park on the ski-lift side of the parking lot. To conserve space, park vehicles close together. Keep cabin road entrances and lower ski-lift access ramp clear of all vehicles.
MCAPS MEMBERSHIP: Insurance requires an MCAPS membership for ALL MCAPS rentals (cabin or hostel). Membership is valid until the end of the upcoming annual general meeting. Membership fees are non-refundable and members must be over age 19 years.
Membership Fees: "Individual": $20.00 (1 AGM vote)."Family": $35.00 (2 AGM votes) plus HST. Guests not adhering to the above policies will be denied future rental opportunities.MCAPS Accom Policy. Most recent update: 2010/09/30.
Mt. Cain Alpine Park Society
Box 1225, Port McNeill
British Columbia, Canada
Mt. Cain is located near Schoen Lake provincial park and is run by the Mt. Cain Alpine Park Society.
It is Vancouver Island's only community owned and operated ski-hill!
© 2010 Mount Cain Alpine Park Society