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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Yamaha Snowmobile Adventures comes to Muskoka's Deerhurst Resort


Guests now able to book training and guided snowmobile tours, while seasoned snowmobilers get 20% off accommodations

HUNTSVILLE, ON, January 28, 2014 –Deerhurst, a Skyline Resort is now partnering with  Yamaha Snowmobile Adventures to offer guests the opportunity to ride the trails like a pro with guided tours.
 
Perfect for families looking for a fun winter activity to enjoy together, Yamaha Adventures even offers mini sled rides for younger children ages 6-9.

With a variety of ride options, 90 minute training and tours start at $129/person and are available Tuesday, Thursday and on weekends with start times at 9am and 1pm.  Guests need not worry about having the proper gear; Yamaha’s warm winter outerwear is provided to all participants.

“Deerhurst is proud to be partnering with Yamaha to give our guests another way to get outside and enjoy the winter,” says general manager Chris Lund. “There’s over 2,000km of networked trails in Muskoka alone and Deerhurst is right on the trails.  We’re the perfect place for both seasoned experts and beginners.”

For the experienced sledder, trail passes and rentals are available to guests who bring their own snowmobile. If additional sleds are needed, rentals are available nearby from $120/90 minutes. With convenient overnight and secure sled parking and premium fuel available onsite, Deerhurst is an ideal base camp for adventure. 

Snowmobilers who book their Yamaha Adventure or trail passes ahead of time can save 20 per cent off their room rate, based on availability minimum stay may be required to qualify.

Deerhurst has much to offer guests to its 760 acre winter wonderland. Winter activities such as snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, skating, dog sledding, sleigh rides and even horseback riding are available throughout the season and with the fully equipped Shizen Spa, ultimate relaxation awaits guests after an invigorating day outdoors.  

For more information or to book your package visit www.deerhurstresort.com/snowmobiling or call 1 (855) 270-0795. 
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About Deerhurst Resort
Although Deerhurst Resort emerged on the world stage when it welcomed leaders like Obama, Sarkozy and Merkel as host venue for the 2010 Group of Eight Summit, the lakeside retreat has been evolving into an Ontario landmark throughout its storied 117 year history.  The 400-room Muskoka hotel also encompasses 45,000 sq. ft. of meeting venues, two 18-hole championship golf courses, a Shizen Spa, an extensive waterfront, a live stage show, Adventures in Excellence teambuilding and the most on-site activities of any resort in Eastern Canada.  A founding member of the Savour Muskoka culinary trail, Deerhurst is the only resort in North America to produce both its own maple syrup and wildflower honey, as well as shiitake mushrooms, herbs and other foraged produce on property, one hallmark of its commitment to local sustainability.
www.deerhurstresort.com

About Skyline Hotels & Resorts:
Skyline Hotels & Resorts is a distinct collection of hotel and resort properties focused on providing true lifestyle enhancing experiences to leisure and business guests, as well as local residents. Offerings include top-level golf and ski, its own Shizen Spa brand and a complete range of year-round activities including adventure parks and corporate team-building. Skyline properties include the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Pantages Hotel Toronto Centre in downtown Toronto, Barrie’s Horseshoe Resort and Deerhurst Resort in Muskoka. Skyline Hotels & Resorts is owned and operated by Skyline International Developments Inc., a real estate and development company that also includes unique communities like Port McNicoll. Visit www.skylinehotelsandresorts.com.

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