Gatineau Park winter passes are on sale! Acting early – before November 5 – can save you a little dough, so take a look below to see where and how much!

From the NCC website:

Gatineau Park has one of the largest networks of winter trails in North America – located just minutes from downtown Ottawa and Gatineau. You can purchase a daily pass, or save with a season pass. Gatineau Park season pass holders also enjoy exclusive benefits at more than 20 partner locations and retailers.

Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snow biking #

Including tax. Administration fee applies to online transactions.

From October 1st to November 4, 2018 November 5, 2018 and later
Adult
Age 18 to 59
$172 $200
Senior
Age 60 and over
$108 $125
Student
Age 18 and over*
$108 $125
Youth
Age 13 to 17
$95 $110
Family
Maximum two adults and three youths
$390 $450
Child
Age 12 and under
Free Free

Where to Buy Your Pass:
Online or in person at the Visitor Centre.

* Full-time students (aged 25 and over) who wish to purchase a season pass must do so at the Gatineau Park Visitor Centre. Valid student ID and course schedule are required.

Snowshoeing and snow biking #

Including tax. Administration fee applies to online transactions.

From October 1st to November 4, 2018 November 5, 2018 and later
Adult
Age 18 to 59
$52 $60
Senior
Age 60 and over
$43 $50
Student
Age 18 and over*
$43 $50
Youth
Age 13 to 17
$39 $45
Family
Maximum two adults and three youths
$137 $160
Child
Age 12 and under
Free Free

Where to Buy Your Pass:
Online or in person at the Visitor Centre.

* Full-time students (aged 25 and over) who wish to purchase a season pass must do so at the Gatineau Park Visitor Centre. Valid student ID and course schedule are required.

Borrow a Pass From the Library #

Use your library card to borrow a daily pass from public libraries in Ottawa, Gatineau and the Outaouais region. Visit the libraries’ websites to learn more about terms and conditions.

This service is provided through a partnership between the NCC and the municipal library systems in Canada’s Capital Region.

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