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Grouse Mountain will be expanding operations for skiers and riders this weekend with the opening of the Screaming Eagle Chair and the Cut to Mid-Station on Friday, followed by opening of the Peak Chair on Saturday.
Grouse officially opened up for the winter season in November in a limited capacity as crews worked to open more terrain.
With more snow and cold weather entering the forecast, conditions on Grouse should be ideal for skiers and riders over the coming weeks.
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Snow is in the forecast for Grouse on Friday, which should allow snowmaking crews to open up more terrain over the next few weeks. Nearly 30 cm of snow has fallen at Grouse over the past week according to the most recent snow report.
COVID-19 protocols are in place at Grouse Mountain, and anyone born in 2009 or earlier must have a proof of vaccination. Face masks are also mandatory for all indoor spaces.
To make things simpler, Grouse has instituted VaxTrax, which is a one-time verification process that links to your pass.
#KnowBeforeYouGo: Passholders can participate in our VaxTrax Program, a one-time vaccine verification process linked to your pass. Once verified, you can access Grouse Mountain without having to show proof of vaccination each visit. To learn more, go to https://t.co/4HHCnep1uR pic.twitter.com/4bvAEvcwmV
— Grouse Mountain (@grousemountain) December 9, 2021
You can access lift tickets and your digital pass using the Grouse Mountain App, which also provides updates on snow and weather conditions.
Visit GrouseMountain.com for more information.