Owl's Head in Mansonville, Quebec, offers season passes for adults, students, juniors, children, and seniors, and also has a Weekday Pass that is one of the best deals in Eastern skiing.
Adult (18 and over) passes cost $650 until Oct. 5, then increase to $685.
Student (14 and over with school ID) passes cost $420, then $450. Junior (6 to13) passes cost $385, then $405. Child (5 and under) passes cost $40. Senior (65 and over) passes cost $100.
The Weekday Pass, good Monday through Friday except Dec. 28 to Jan. 1, costs $172 until Dec. 18, then increases to $399.
Family Season Passes cost $625 for one parent, $1,199 for two parents, and $295 for each dependent up to age 23 living at home, with a family maximum cost of $1,825. Prices increase after Oct. 5, to $660 for one parent, $1,265 for a couple, $330 for each dependent, and to a family maximum of $1,900.
All prices are in Canadian dollars, so Americans planning to spend a lot of time skiing at Owl's Head benefit from a favorable exchange rate.
The trails at Owl's Head offer sweeping views out over Lake Memphremagog in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, affording skiers and riders one of the prettiest spectacles in the Northeast.
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