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Skiing conditions

Complete details of today's ski conditions

TODAY, 25 February 2021




40, Chemin du Mont Owl’s Head
Mansonville (Québec) J0E 1X0 Canada

Hygiene measures to be followed in order to ensure the safety of all to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Ski Season


On October 16th, the Quebec Ski Area Association (ASSQ) released its plan of operations for ski resorts approved by the government and public health.

View their press release.

View the table which summarizes the main recommendations.


We are currently working to finalize the plans of operations based on the recommendations of the ASSQ as well as the regional alert zones. It is the responsibility of all of us to put in place and apply the following health measures.

Owl’s Head is in the RED ZONE. Subject to change without notice.

See the zone map.


We rely upon our customers to do their part in ending this pandemic. If you have one or more symptoms of COVID-19, it is forbidden to come to the station in order to ensure the health and safety of our customers and our employees.


Wearing a mask or face covering over the nose and mouth is mandatory in buildings and chalets that are enclosed and/or partially covered. This applies to all individuals 10+ years of age. In addition, covering the face should be practised in any situation where the recommended 2 metres distancing is compromised. More details here.

While waiting in line and riding the lifts, wearing a face covering over the nose and mouth is mandatory at all times for persons 3+ years of age.

Face coverings include: neck warmers, mufflers, balaclavas, or other tight-fitting clothing covering the nose and mouth. The garment should be made of at least 2 layers of close-knit fabric and be large enough to completely cover the nose and mouth.

Payment by card strongly privileged.

Hand washing or disinfection compulsory on arrival and departure.

We ask all our customers to leave a distance of two metres between them anywhere on our site and at all times.

We ask our employees and our customers to avoid physical contact (handshakes, hugs…).

No accompanying person on our site or in the buildings. Access to the site and infrastructure for skiers and snowboarders only.

We also invite everyone to adopt good hygiene practices, in particular by washing their hands regularly.


Owl’s Head reminds you of the government directive that does not encourage interregional travel, particularly to or from red zones. However, these trips are not prohibited.

Visitors must respect the measures in place in their region at all times.

We appeal to the good faith of all ski visitors and would like to point out that a collective effort is essential to end this pandemic and enable us all to practise our favourite sport.



For people from the same household = regular capacity

For single people, on our quadruple chairs = 2 people seated at each end

For the magic carpet: physical distancing of 2 m

Riders 3+ years of age must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth while in queues and in the ski lifts. Wearing ski glasses is recommended. The distance of 2 meters will be maintained at all lifts.



The use of the same ski lift by users from the same household is preferred, but also permitted for users who do not live under the same roof.

There is no specific passenger limit for each lift, but riders are asked to adhere to the distancing protocol whenever possible. The 2 metres distancing must be respected while waiting in line.

Riders 3+ years of age must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth while in queues and in the ski lifts. Wearing ski goggles is recommended.



Base lodge will only used as a shelter for guests to warm up, with limited access time.

Sanitary facilities will remain accssible.

Changing rooms and lockers are closed, the equipment must be put in the car. No personal effects in the chalet.

Measures to manage queues as well as directions of movement in the chalet have been put in place in order to respect distancing. These measures are clearly displayed where they are needed, so pay attention.



The capacity in the ski chalet will be revised to maintain the 2 metres distancing between people at all times. Sitting areas will therefore be reduced in order to comply with government requirements. However, additional outdoor areas and outdoor seating for customers will be provided.

Measures to manage line-ups as well as traffic within the chalet will be implemented in order to respect distancing.

We strongly suggest that you put your equipment in the car. No personal effects in the chalet.



The cafeteria and the restaurant are closed. There is no dining area set up inside for eating, no consumption in the ski chalet is allowed.

However, the outdoor MTN box snack bar located near the terrace serves a simple menu to eat outside or in your car.



Our restaurants will be open. However, the services offered will be adjusted to ensure minimum contact for the health and safety of all.

The cafeteria is open. More details coming soon.

The restaurant is open for lunch or dinner. An online reservation is required (between 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. / 6 p.m. / 9 p.m.).

More details soon.

More details coming soon.


In order to ensure proper functioning and to comply with the measures put in place by the government, here are some important points to respect:

When you enter the MTN Haus hotel, disinfect your hands and follow the traffic signs.

We remind you that it is imperative to respect the 2 metres distance at all times with staff and other customers.

Between each new customer, a complete cleaning of the room and a disinfection of the bathroom after cleaning is done.

There is no room cleaning service during your stay in order to avoid any potential transmission.



The snow school is partially open.

To see the lessons and packages available, visit our online store.



The school will be operating. Customers will have access to group or private lessons.

Riders aged 3+ years must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth in queues and during lessons. Wearing ski goggles is recommended.

More details soon.


The equipment rental service is open. You must reserve your equipment directly in our online store at least 48 hours in advance.n.

Certain conditions may apply.


You must purchase your access tickets in advance from our online store. Otherwise, you may be denied access to the slopes if the maximum capacity is reached. This is a fixed date ticket. No refunds. Non-transferable.

More details soon.


Wax Ski Shop remains open. Access will be limited in order to respect the 2m physical distancing.  Face-coverings are required for every visitors 10 years old and +.

To know all the details and opening hours of the Wax Ski Shop at the mountain and at the village, visit the website or the Facebook page.


The station will disinfect all high contact surfaces on a regular basis (door handles, ramps, counters, tables, chairs, etc.) as well as outdoor surfaces and equipment (street furniture, ramps, ski lifts, ski racks, etc.).


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