Owl’s Head-Canada


Owl’s Head – Fun on Snow Made Better




Winter has arrived; enjoy the warmth of your blankets and fireplaces with some hot chocolate, marshmallows, and some book reading. Well, we have the biggest celebration coming up, its Christmas time! Time for some surprises and trips along with some adventures with family and loved ones. Winter, the most celebrated season of the year has approached. The inches thick snow, the holiday mood, and the family get-togethers make it a very memorable time of the year. Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Christmas have taken up all that saved money. Gear up for some snow fun as you will not be getting this season until next year.

Located in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada is Mont Owl’s Head skiing area which opened in 1965 and was developed by Fred Korman. Annually at the end of July, this place acts as a venue for a free music festival. Owl’s Head ski area has a variety of ski in or ski out lodging options for guests to satisfy their tastes as well as access to cafeterias, dining rooms, and bars around the resort. The resort hosts many snow sports events and is very dedicated to pleasing its guests.



Owl’s Head Statistics



Base Elevation: 682 feet

Summit Elevation: 2470 feet

Vertical Drop: 1772 feet


The Owl’s Head has a summit of 2470 ft. with a base of 682 ft. and a vertical drop of 1771 ft. The place has skiable terrain of over 175 acres with snowmaking covering 145 acres which is more than 90% to ensure guests of their non-stop winter fun that they have paid for. The skiable terrain is divided into 52 trails serviced by eight lifts in total. The average snowfall at this place is about 200 inches. The resort opens every year in December and remains open for 130 days in the season. It has been opening every year for over half a century. The place is very well-connected with most of the regional towns and cities, making it easily accsisble for the visitors. This makes it one of the best options as a skiing resort where you can head out to, with your family and friends, this winter.

Skiing and Snowboarding



The Owls Head offers you 175 acres of skiable terrain with a total of 52 trails of which 30% are beginner runs, 40% are for intermediate runs, and 14% advanced runs and 16% for the experts. The longest run on the mountain being 1 mile long which takes about 4 minutes to slide down. The 175 acres of land offers a range of slopes and depths to which any person will feel comfortable with. Also, the snowmaking covers most of the land hence our snow fun is ensured at the Owls Head Mountain

Rentals




Rental Packages Include skis or snowboard, boots, poles & helmet, the rates depend on the hours used. Boots and poles for an adult full day cost $32, for half day costs $24, for 5 consecutive days cost $140, for a junior a full day rental costs $26, for half day rental costs $20, for 5 consecutive days costs $114, for little owls (aged 0 to 5) full day costs $11, for half day costs $8, for 5 consecutive days cost $43. Skis only rents for a full day rental costs $22, for half day rental costs $14, for five consecutive days cost $86, Boots only a full day rental costs $17, for half day rental costs $10, for five consecutive days cost $69.


Snowboard equipment for an adult for a full day rental costs $32, for half day rental costs $24, for five consecutive days cost $140, junior a full day rental costs $26, for half day rental costs $20, for five consecutive days cost $114. Board only for a full day rental costs $22, for half day rental costs $14, for five consecutive days cost $86, boots only a full day rental costs $17, for half day rental costs $10, for five consecutive days cost $69.

Lessons

The ski school at Owls Head has dedicated Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance (CSIA) and Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors (CASI) certified instructors who look after every move of yours to improve your skills. They will provide you assistance in any way that you require; their services differ based on your skiing expertise, beginner or someone seeking advanced technical instruction. There are several courses which one can opt according to their comfort and will be charged accordingly.



The expertise of Snow School helps you better your skills by providing private or semi-private lessons based on your needs. The rate varies with the number of people per session and the hours being taken. For an hour it costs $70 plus taxes, for an hour and a half, it costs $95, and for 2-hour sessions, it costs $125. There’s also an inski and insurf for first-time skiers and boarders; the resort offers an initiation program which includes 1 and a half hour of instruction to participants. To qualify for this program, the participant should be at least five years old and should have a prior reservation before at least 24 hours as it is mandatory according to the program.

Lift Tickets

The Mont Owl’s Head Resort has 175 acres of skiable terrain which are serviced by a total of 8 lifts of which 3 are a high-speed quad, 1 is quad chairs, 3 are double chairs and remaining 1 is a surface lift. Adults for the purpose of ticket prices are considered as people aged from 18 to 64; Junior are aged 6 to 13, and students aged 14 and above with valid ID and seniors 65 and older. These tickets are non-fundable, non-transferable. Discounts apply to full day price only and all the transactions made are in Canadian dollars.

For children of age 5 and below the lift rides are free. For adults, ticket cost for a full day is $47, from 8:30 am to 1 pm $43 and from 12 pm to 4 pm $39. For students, ticket cost for a full day is $38, from 8:30 am to 1 pm $34 and from 12 pm to 4 pm $31. For juniors, ticket cost for a full day is $28, from 8:30 am to 1 pm $26 and from 12 pm to 4 pm $23. For seniors, ticket cost for a full day is $21.

Magic Carpet is $8 for ages 12 and above. The Tuesdays and Wednesday special tickets are $21 for an adult, $21 for a student, $17 for a junior and $17 for a senior.

The Owls Head Skiing Area is an inexpensive spot with awesome views and some decent vertical drops to offer while skiing. The resort has many satisfying trails but sometimes gets icy due to the unexpected weather conditions. The wait for lift is almost never as it takes less than a minute for the lifts to arrive and hence no wait. The staff is well experienced and care about whether or not you have a good experience responding to grievances of every kind.

The whole terrain is well groomed and well suited for riders of all skiing levels. The resort has attracted many guests who wish to get away from their busy city lives. The resort is a great place for learners with expert teaching staff with honest reviews to offer and the course itself that emphasize more on fun rather than the competition. The place is well known and gets crowded in peak seasons such as winter.  The resort has a very understanding and helping staff with over half a century of entertaining guests.



From amiable and customer friendly staff to top-quality services for its visitors – everything is perfect when it comes to customer satisfaction at the Owls Head skiing area. And with so much on offer, you cannot afford to miss out on visiting this amazing ski area. So, pack your gears and head out straight for the Owls Head Ski Area with your family and friends and make the most of the winters. Have fun!

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