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Calabogie Peaks Opens Friday Dec. 11th 2020


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From the newsletter:

 

Join us this Friday December 11th-Sunday December 13th for a soft opening of our ski operations!

Available During Soft Open:

Open for skiing & snowboarding 9am-4pm Friday-Sunday.

Lift Tickets: $26.55+hst for a full day, all ages.

The Rental Shop is open for daily and seasonal rental fittings.

Locker room is open for renters to use.

Food & Beverage available from Mountain Cat Cafeteria and Canthooks Restaurant.

Lodge is open with limited capacity for bathroom facilities.

Please check our Trail Status for the most up to date information on available runs.

Not Available During Soft Open:

Season Pass Pickup:
Pass holders will be given a lift ticket allowing them to ski all weekend until our new Season Pass software is ready.

Lessons:
Private, Semi, Discover and Program lessons are not available or bookable at this time.

Tech Shop Services:
The tech shop is not available this weekend for ski tuning services

Black Donald's Pub
is not open this weekend.

What to Know Before You Arrive:

Masks are required inside all buildings and outside in queues (ticket window, lift lines, and chairlifts).

Bags of any kind (boot bags, lunch bags, etc) are not permitted inside any building. We ask that guests dawn their boots in their vehicle.

Indoor seating is only available for patrons of Mountain Cat Cafeteria.

Indoor bathroom facilities will be open with limited capacity.

Tickets & Rentals are only available from the outside windows of the Adventure Centre.

Bagged lunches may be eaten in vehicles or at outdoor seating areas.

You may not see it behind our masks, but we promise our staff are smiling - be kind, be patient, be safe.

Ski Well, Be Well

 

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Interestingly, they so far do not anticipate limiting access to season pass holders only. No doubt due to the location and distance away from the city so it isn't seen as a tourist and high flow location like the more local ski areas in Gatineau.

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