If you’re counting down the day’s until Christmas, there is one holiday event that you can soon stop counting for.
Grouse Mountain’s annual Peak of Christmas opens Friday, November 25th and runs till January 2nd, 2017.
Santa’s little helpers have been hard at work creating your dream winter wonderland right here at home.
“We are excited to welcome visitors of all ages to Vancouver’s North Pole for our Peak of Christmas celebration,”said Grouse Mountain’s Communications Manager, Julia Grant. “Whether it’s a visit with Santa and his reindeer, a stroll along our enchanting Light Walk or watching a Christmas movie in the Theatre in the Sky, there’s opportunities for everyone to take part in the magic of the holiday season.”
All festive Peak of Christmas activities are complimentary with an annual membership or Snow Pass, a Skyride admission ticket or at a special family rate of $89.95.
Activities includes Grouse Mountain’s popular Light Walk which had its inaugural year in 2015 and returns for another. Standing 23 ft. tall, visitors will marvel at its beauty.
Lace up those skates because Grouse Mountain’s 8,000-square foot outdoor ice skating pond is back once again.
Guests can also visit Santa’s Workshop and share with the big fella special Christmas wishes and take a photo.
There is still more.
Santa’s little helpers have set up decorating in the Peak Chalet, which will feature an enchanting Gingerbread Village. Guests are encouraged to vote for their favourite Gingerbread Village creation to select a grand prize winner, with funds raised also benefiting SOS Children’s Village.
Lastly, you will get another chance to meet Santa at the annual favourite Breakfast with Santa program which runs from Saturday, December 3rd through Saturday, December 24th.
Not a morning person? The Observatory’s popular Christmas Lunch also returns on weekdays from December 5th to 23rd.