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FAQ

FAQs

  1. Is there a minimum age?
  2. How long is the session?
  3. Once you are hit are you out for the rest of the session?
  4. Does the paint wash out?
  5. What should I wear?
  6. Do I need experience?
  7. Can we play in the rain?
  8. How do you play?
  9. Can I bring my own paint?
  10. Can I bring my own equipment to play?
  11. Is your field indoors or outdoors?
  12. Where is your field located?
  13. What are your hours of operation?
  14. Is there a pro-shop on site?

1) Is there a Minimum Age?

Yes, the minimum age is 12 years old as required by our insurers.
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2) How long is the Session?

Our sessions are approx 3 hours long, and include a full safety rules briefing and demonstration.
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3) Once you are hit are you out for the rest of the session?

No, you are only out for that particular 20 minute game and you can rejoin in the next game.
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4) Does the paint wash out?

Yes, the paint is completely washable, and non toxic. We recommand bringing your own cloths like a pair of jeans and a sweatshirt.
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5) What should I wear?

You have to bring sufficient footwear for intense outdoor activities, we highly recommended a pair of jeans and a sweatshirt we do have a limited quantities of coverall and unfortunately cannot guarantee their availability.
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6) Do I need experience?

No, the majority of our customers are beginners… learn to paintball! We provide a full safety orientation, demonstrations and also guidance and tips for you to learn the game we love !!
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7) Can we play in the rain?

Yes, we are an all weather activity and our site has a covered concession area this being said we reserve the right to cancel any booking in case of exceptional weather condition..
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8) How do you play?

After players receive a safety orientation, they are split into two equal teams identified by armbands. The teams attempt to achieve an objective within the given time limit. Players attempt to eliminate opposing players by “tagging” them with paintballs expelled from their paintball markers. If a player is hit and the paintball breaks, the player is out for that particular game and must return to the “safe area” waiting area. The player may join into the next game (games are a maximum of 20 minutes duration and we play as many games as we can fit into the 3 hour session!). Please see our fields and games sections for a description of our various field and game scenarios.
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9) Can I bring my own paint to the field?

No. All paint must be purchased from our field on the day of play, for insurance reasons.
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10) Can I bring my own equipment to play?

Yes, players can use their own equipment, however we must chronograph your marker to ensure it is not firing faster than the industry standard of 280 feet per second.
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11) Is the field indoors or outdoors?

Our field is outdoors and has covered concession areas for players to rest between games.
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12) Where is your field located?

Our field is located 10  minutes North of Whistler village at the base of Wedge Mountain.
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13) What are your hours of operation?

We are open wednesday to sunday  from 10am to 4pm for walk in games and EVERYDAY from 8am till dark for bookings.
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14) Is there a pro shop on-site?

Unfortunately we do not have a pro-shop on site at this time, however you can purchase equipment at excellent prices through our online affiliate Badlandspaintball.Paintball Gear
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