Mont Owl's Head

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Owl's Head
Location Potton, Quebec, Canada
Nearest city Sherbrooke
Coordinates 45°04′27″N 72°17′53″W / 45.07417°N 72.29806°W / 45.07417; -72.29806 (Owl's Head)Coordinates: 45°04′27″N 72°17′53″W / 45.07417°N 72.29806°W / 45.07417; -72.29806 (Owl's Head)
Vertical 540 m (1,770 ft)
Top elevation 756 m (2,480 ft)
Base elevation 216 m (709 ft)
Skiable area 163 acres
Runs 50 total
30% Easy
40% Intermediate
30% Difficult
Lift system 8 total
3 detachable quads
1 fixed quad
3 doubles
1 carpet
Lift capacity 14,400 skiers/hr
Terrain parks yes
Snowmaking 90%
Night skiing no

Mont Owl's Head is a ski area in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada. The hill was developed by Fred Korman and opened in 1965 with 3 lifts (2 chairlifts and 1 t-bar) and 6 runs.[1] At the end of July, the hill acts as a venue for a free music festival.[2]

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  1. ^ "Owl's Head - History". Archived from the original on December 5, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Owl's Head Festival". 

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