There’s A 8,000 Sq. Ft. Ice Skating Pond Atop This Vancouver Mountain

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Grouse Mountain skating rink

You don’t need to wait for winter to arrive to enjoy some of the city’s top seasonal attractions.

If you’ve already hit the ice at Robson Square and are looking to take your skating experience to new heights, the 8,000 sq. ft. skating pond atop Grouse Mountain should be on your radar.

Grouse Mountain has transformed into our very own North Pole with The Peak Of Christmas. The annual event features a series of activity, all accessible with your regular gondola ticket.

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Grouse Mountain skating rink

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Enjoy the crisp mountain air as you glide atop their magical skating pond, while observing the beautiful stars above.

Open until Sunday, January 6th, 2019, feel the enchantment and radiance of twinkling lights, the calm echo of the snow, the warmth of Santa’s smile as he greets you in his workshop and the joy of witnessing real reindeer.

Grouse Mountain skating rink

Photo: 604 Now

Skating is free if you have your own skates. For those who don’t, rentals are available for $8 per person.

Asides from ice skating, guests can also look out for:

  • Santa’s Workshop
  • Light Walk
  • Sliding Zone
  • Gingerbread Village
  • Santa’s Reindeer
  • Reindeer Ranger Talks
  • Story Time
  • Craft Station
  • Christmas movies
  • Live entertainment
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