FAQ – Omega By Night

Omega By Night is open several nights a week until mid-October. Please consult the calender on our online ticket office for all dates.

Yes. You must reserve and purchase your tickets online and arrive at the selected date and time.

The path is accessible to but not recommended for people with reduced mobility as it includes slopes of approximately 35 degrees and is unpaved.

Easy. However, visitors must be able to walk betwee 1.3km and 1.5km on a path with several slopes of approximately 35 degrees. Parents with young children can use strollers on the path.

The walking trail is 1.5km long and lasts approximately 1 hour. The duration varies depending on the participant’s walking speed.

You must arrive at the time indicated on the ticket.

Yes. You must reserve a ticket for a child aged 5 years or under. However, the value of the ticket is 0$.

No. Between the closure of the park and the opening of Omega By Night visitors must leave the park. You will find restaurants and shops in the village of Montebello, at only a few minutes by car.

Omega By Night takes place rain or shine. However, in case of high winds or thunderstorms management reserve the right to delay the departures or cancel the activity. In case
of cancellation, a notice will be posted on parcomega.ca and on the Park’s Facebook page at 3pm the
same day. For all cancellations made by Omega Park, you will have the opportunity to reschedule.

No. This product is non-refundable and non-modifiable. However, if you are unable to come, the ticket can be transferred to another person but is only valid on the selected date. A child ticket (6-15 years) can only be transferred to another child.

There are no toilets on the night trail. However, chemical toilets with sinks are available at the beginning and end of the trail.

Yes. The gift shop at the Land of the Pioneers is open when Omega by Night takes place.

Due to measures put in place relating to COVID-19, you can only go around the trail once at the time you selected.

If you pay attention you may see white tailed deer on the night trail. However, in the evening most of our animals are resting in the mountains and forests. You can also observe the grey wolves at the observatory.

No, our restaurants are closed in the evening.