Calabogie Peaks, eastern Ontario's largest snowsports resort, has a Peak Five Pack of full-day lift tickets for both adults and juniors that offer significant savings over purchasing individual daily lift tickets.
The Five Pack is CA $175 (US $161.04) for adults and CA $130 (US $119.63) for juniors (6-17) and seniors (65+), which is a savings of CA $40 (US $36.81) and CA $30 (US $27.61) respectively. Daily lift tickets this season will be CA $43 (US $39.57) and CA $32 (US $29.45) weekends and during Christmas and March breaks.
Full-day daily midweek lift tickets will be CA $32 (US $29.45) for adults and CA $25 (US $23.01) for juniors/seniors. Half-day lift tickets, which start selling at 12:30 p.m. daily, respectively will be CA $34 (US $31.29) and CA $26 (US $23.93) on weekends and holidays and a couple of dollars less midweek. Children five and under are free when accompanied by an adult.
Calabogie Peaks with a 760-foot vertical drop offers Ottawa skiers and riders a nice choice close to home. It's located less than an hour from Ontario's capital city, and the area's 22 runs and two terrain parks has terrain suitable for all levels.
Long cruisers and a fistful of black-diamond runs are all you see riding up the area's two quad chairlifts. Long green avenues fan out on the right side of the ski hill giving novice skiers and riders plenty of room to maneuver and practice. One of the beginner trails is about a mile-and-a-quarter long.