If you’re looking to take a sparkling snowshoe stroll this December, you can now head to Grouse Mountain’s light walk, full of luster and lanterns.
The luminous light walk is open every night until Sunday, January 7 as part of the mountain’s Peak of Christmas celebrations.
Once at the top, you’ll able to wander through a glowing tunnel and walk among firs, spruce, and light installations around Blue Grouse Lake.
Just off the mountain’s Skating Pond, the light walk opens at dusk every night; don’t forget to rent or bring your snowshoes or YakTrax for those slippery snow pathways.
Other Peak of Christmas attraction include Grouse Mountain’s 8,000 sq. ft. outdoor ice skating pond and multi-lane snow sliding zone.
You can also take a Sleigh Ride through the mountain’s Winter Wonderland, meet Santa’s Reindeer, watch family Christmas movies, and write a letter to Santa.
At Santa’s Workshop, believers young and old can share their special Christmas wishes and take a photo. Photos are by donation to BC Children’s Hospital.
Meanwhile, Santa’s elves have also been busy decorating the Peak Chalet, which will feature an enchanting Gingerbread Village. There will also be a craft station and Elf HQ.
And if you really want to get to know St. Nick, join him breakfast from Saturday, December 2 to Sunday, December 24, and be sure to get on his good list.
When: Friday, November 24 to Sunday, January 7.
Time: For more information and a detailed daily schedule for all Peak of Christmas activities, please check here. Light walk opens at dusk.
Where: Grouse Mountain – 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver
Admission: Family Rate for Peak of Christmas festivities includes admission for 2 adults and 2 children/youth (under 18) for $89.95.
All festive Peak of Christmas activities are complimentary with an Annual Local’s Pass, Y2Play or Winter Season Pass, as well as regular Alpine Experience tickets.