Grouse Mountain is now officially open for the winter season!
The popular winter destination opened at 9:00 am this past Saturday, November 30th.
However, at the moment, only a portion of its 221-acre terrain with be accessible.
For now, the Paradise Bowl and Paradise Terrain Park are open, along with access to the Greenway Chair. (You can check the full list of activity and attraction availabilities here.)
Because of the limited terrain available at the moment, Grouse Mountain is currently offering discounted rates on lift tickets.
“Our snowmaking team has done a fantastic job taking advantage of the recent cold temperatures and with snowfall in the forecast for next week we’ll be working to open up additional terrain as soon as possible”, said Director of Mountain Operations Grant Wahl.
Along with Grouse Mountain, Cypress Mountain is also now officially open, as well as Whistler Blackcomb. If you’re in the market for some new gear, you might want to check out British Columbia’s 1st Sporting Life store, which opened up in Burnaby in November. (And don’t forget Grouse Mountain’s Peak of Christmas festivities.)
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