Ski Season Pass – Snowboard Season Pass 2022-2023
Your ski season pass includes unlimited days on the mountain – offering pass holders the best skiing in Ontario. Your ski pass affords unlimited mountain access to all trails, with flexibility and convenience. Call Calabogie Peaks your winter home with a season pass.
|Resort Member* Preferred Pricing||Regular Price|
|Youth (7-17 yrs)||$411||$482|
|Senior (65-79 yrs) & |
Student (18-25 yrs) with proof
|Senior Plus (80+ yrs)||-||$55|
|Almost Anytime (all ages)||$462||$597|
* Resort Membership
Buy our season pass insurance for $25 to protect your investment!
You’ve saved. You’ve planned. You’ve been looking forward to skiing for months. But things don’t always go according to plan. Ski Pass Insurance protects you when the unexpected happens. With your season pass to one of the leading ski resorts near Ottawa, remember that season passes are not refundable without insurance, and season passes are not transferable. Insurance is non refundable.
Insurance is sold per pass and is issued in the name of the pass holder.
For $25 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
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How to Present a Claim?
Send an email to email@example.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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
- 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.
There is no deadline. Buy before the winter to get the best prices.
The Adventure Centre is open daily during the ski season, from 9am-4pm. You may purchase your pass anytime online. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-752-2720 ext 1710.
By the age of the guest at December 31st.
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.
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.
Cracked, broken or damaged passes may be replaced for a $5 media fee– the damaged pass must be surrendered.
If you have lost your pass, contact us immediately at email@example.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.
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.