Gatineau Park Snowshoe Passes

Gatineau Park Snowshoe Passes
Gatineau Park Snowshoe Passes 2015-2016

This winter, come out and enjoy snowshoeing in Gatineau Park, one of the largest networks of trails in North America. You’ll need a pass to access the trails: you can purchase a daily pass, or take advantage of exclusive benefits and discounts with a season pass.

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Exclusive benefits for season pass holders

  • Access to Gatineau Park’s complete network of snowshoe trails and snow bike trails
  • Two daily passes for your guests
  • 2-for-1 deal on a two-hour snowshoe rental
  • A 50% discount on daily passes from partner centres:
  • A 15% discount on a thermal experience at Nordik Spa-Nature in Chelsea (Monday through Thursday, except statutory holidays), until March 31, 2016
  • A chance to win a season ski pass for the 2016–2017 season
  • A chance to win an overnight stay this season in a ready-to-camp unit

2015–2016 Rates

 

Season Pass

Daily Pass

Early Bird
(October 15 to December 15)

Regular Price
(December 16 and after)

Adult (18 to 59)

$40

$50

$7

Student (18 and up)*

$35

$45

$5

Senior (60 and up)

$35

$45

$5

Youth (13 to 17)

$30

$40

$5

Family (maximum

2 adults and 3 youths)

$125

$145

$17

10 to 24 passes (groups)

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-

10% discount

25 passes or more

15% discount (October 15 to December 1)

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15% discount

Free for children 12 and under. Taxes are included in the prices.

* 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.

Where to Buy Your Pass

  • Season Pass: In person at the Visitor Centre or online starting October 15.
  • Daily Pass: In person at the Visitor Centre or at the kiosk at any one of the 14 cross-country ski trail starting points (exact cash only).

Borrow a Pass From the Library

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