Spring Fling Pass

Hit the slopes with style this March and grab a Spring Fling Pass. This pass maximizes the rest of your ski season on weekends, weekdays, and even the March Break! Start saving on your 4th use. Available for a limited time.

Pass Holder AgeSeason Pass
Online (Ages 7+)$207.92
In-Person (Ages 7+)$213.57
Terms & Conditions

Rates valid through March 11-15, 2024 at the ticket window.

Must show proof of Student ID and Photo ID to qualify.

Your alpine Season Pass includes unlimited days on Dickson Mountain – offering pass holders the best skiing and snowboarding in Ontario.  Your Season Pass affords unlimited mountain access to all trails, with the most flexibility and convenience. Call the tallest public skiing mountain in Ontario your home and purchase your Calabogie Peaks Season Pass.

2023-2024 Season Pass

Pass Holder AgeSeason Pass
Adult (18-69)$726.00
Senior (70 & up))$573.00
Youth (7-17)$519.00
Child (0-6)$55.00
Terms & Conditions

Taxes excluded. Age is as of December 31st. Identification required for proof of age.

Season Passes are non-refundable and non-transferable. Season Pass Insurance is non-refundable.

2023-2024 Weekday Season Pass

Almost Anytime Pass may only be used on regular weekdays. They do not work for the Christmas Holiday (December 22, 2023 – January 5, 2024), Family Day, and the Ontario March Break.

Pass Holder AgeSeason Pass
All Ages$639.00
Terms & Conditions

Taxes excluded. Age is as of December 31st. Identification required for proof of age.

Season Passes are non-refundable and non-transferable. Season Pass Insurance is non-refundable.

After Purchasing Your Season Pass…

All Season Pass holders must sign and complete the waiver below to collect and begin using their passes. No exceptions. Please read this carefully.

Season Pass Insurance

You saved, you planned, and you’ve been looking forward to hitting the slopes for months. But things don’t always go according to plan. Season Pass Insurance protects you when the unexpected happens. Without insurance, your season pass to one of the leading ski and snowboarding resorts near Ottawa is non-refundable – no matter your circumstance.

For $49 you are guaranteed a refund if you cannot use your pass due to your:

  • Injury, Illness or Pregnancy
  • Transfer out of the region due to employment (greater than 250 km from Resort)
  • Loss of Job
  • Government Mandated Closure due to COVID-19

*Insurance may only be purchased at the time you buy your season pass.

*Insurance is sold per pass and is issued in the name of the pass holder.

*Insurance is non refundable and non-transferrable.

Before% of Cost
Opening Day95%
December 2590%
January 1575%
February 145%
February 1525%
March 110%

Send an email to programs@calabogie.com. Include a doctor’s report or a description of your employment move or job loss and return your pass to the Adventure Centre.

Have Questions? We’ve Got You Covered

Skiing and snowboarding in Ontario is fun, challenging and very diverse- but it doesn’t have to be confusing. Here are some of the commonly asked questions we receive, and their answers. If you still have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

What if I forget my pass?

Visit the Adventure Centre and you will be issued a lift ticket for the day, for a $5 Media Fee. If you forget a second or more times, you need to buy a lift ticket at the regular price.

Can I have my pass mailed to me?

Passes are never mailed out. If you reload your RFID card with a Season Pass, it can be taken directly to the chairlift for your first day of skiing. If you do not yet have an RFID card you can pick it up by scanning your QR code voucher at the Pick Up Box outside the Adventure Centre.

How do I get my pass?

You can pick up your pass at the Adventure Centre when the season opens in December, or scan your QR Code at the outdoor Pick Up Box.

What does RFID mean?

Our lift tickets have been upgraded to RFID technology, which allows you to reuse the same pass year after year and skip a $5 media fee. This aligns with our green goals and loading them online lets you skip the ticket line.


What is your expected opening and closing date?

We open the mountain as early as we can and we stay open as long as conditions are favourable.

Generally, we are open from the beginning of December to early or mid April.

What are the blackout dates for the Almost Anytime pass?
  • Weekends and Holidays
  • Christmas & New Year’s Week
  • Family Day
  • Ontario March Break
  • Almost Anytime Pass Holders may purchase lift tickets on any Blackout day at a 10% discount.

What are the deadlines for purchasing passes?

There is no deadline. Buy before the winter to get the best prices.

When is The Adventure Centre season pass office open?

The Adventure Centre is open daily during the ski season, from 9am-4pm. You may purchase your pass anytime online. For questions, please contact programs@calabogie.com or 613-752-2720 ext 1710.

How does Calabogie Peaks Resort determine the appropriate age category for pass purchases?

By the age of the guest at December 31st.

When skiing, how is my pass to be worn?

RFID Passes are to be worn in your left side pocket, away from phones, keys, wallets and any other RFID cards. You do not need to display your card. Simply ski up to the RFID gates at the chairlift and it will be scanned through your clothing.

Hole punches or rings put through RFID cards will damage them and are subject to a $5 replacement fee.

What is your cancellation policy?

Season pass may not be cancelled and are not refundable or transferable.  We encourage you to buy season pass insurance to protect your investment.  Season Pass Insurance may only be purchased at the time you purchase your pass.

What if I damage my pass?

Cracked, broken or damaged passes may be replaced for a $5 media fee– the damaged pass must be surrendered.

What if I lose my pass?

If you have lost your pass, contact us immediately at programs@calabogie.com, call 1-800-669-4861 x 1710 or visit the Adventure Centre in person. The next time you visit we will cancel your old pass and issue you a new RFID card for a $5 Media Fee.

I heard of a passholder who loaned his pass to a friend and got caught. What happens?

Passes are not transferrable. This would be considered “theft of services.” The person who loaned the pass will lose all pass privileges. The person using the pass will pay an administrative fee & the cost of a lift ticket that day.


We are Proud Partners

Did you know that there are a few other passes that we accept at Calabogie Peaks? Show us your pass and collect your lift ticket if you are a member.