You must respect the hours of use of the ascent and descent areas at all times.
Validate and respect the openings/closings of ski trails and ascent paths in force.
NO ATTENDANCE WILL BE TOLERATED BETWEEN 8 AM AND 8:30 AM AND BETWEEN 8:30 PM AND 6 AM.
It is forbidden to use the ascent areas in the pre or post-season, due to the dangers that snowmaking and grooming operations can represent and due to the lack of rescue teams on the ground.
No rescue service is available when the ski resort is closed. Call 911 in an emergency.
Ascents and descents are permitted exclusively according to the schedule determined by Owl’s Head.
Only climb through the designated places (validate the areas according to the schedule above) and at the edge of the trail.
Stay clearly visible and go up in a single file, never two side by side.
At all times, you must use alpine climbing skis/boards equipped with metal edges as well as brakes or retaining straps.
Wearing crampons and snowshoes is prohibited at all times.
At all times, it is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN to descend on the ascent paths as well as on close or non-designated trails. Outside of resort opening hours, only take one of the designated trails for the descent. For your safety and the safety of our staff, do not leave these areas.
At all times you must observe the Mountain Code of Conduct.
Do not take a closed trail or ascent path.
Owl’s Head reserves the right to charge a fee of $ 300 or more for any assistance requests outside of its opening hours or outside of its marked and open ski trails/paths. A delay may be expected for rescue following a report outside the station’s operating hours. It is forbidden to access the trails during snowmaking and grooming. If you come across a vehicle (groomer, snowmobile) please stop at the edge of the trail and let it pass.
You must make sure you are visible 100% of the time between 6 AM and 8 AM and between 4:30 PM and 8:30 PM by using white front light as well as a red rear light.
Do not leave any waste or trace of your passage. Be eco-responsible!
Animals are not allowed on the paths or on the trails, even in leash.