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If you’re looking to take a sparkling snowshoe stroll this winter, you can soon head to Grouse Mountain’s Light Walk, full of luster and lanterns.
The luminous Light Walk is open every night at dusk until January 3, 2021, as part of the mountain’s Peak of Christmas celebrations.
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The entrance is marked by a glowing light tunnel, just off of the mountaintop skating rink.
The Light Walk will take visitors through firs, spruce, and stunning light installations around Blue Grouse Lake.
Snowshoes or YakTrax are recommended as snow pathways can be slippery. Snowshoes are available for rental at the Outpost.
Julia Grant, communications for Grouse Mountain, tells Daily Hive that the mountain has ramped up its COVID-19 safety protocols. Face coverings are mandatory at the resort, and one-way pathways are implemented on the light walk to increase physical distancing.
Other Peak of Christmas attractions includes Grouse Mountain’s 8,000-sq-ft outdoor ice skating pond and real reindeer.
Unfortunately, Santa will not be making a stop at the Peak of Christmas due to the ongoing pandemic.
When: Until January 3, 2021
Where: Grouse Mountain – 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver
Admission: Family Rate for a Mountain Admission Ticket, which includes admission for 2 adults and 2 children/youth (under 18), is $79.50
All festive Peak of Christmas activities are complimentary with a Mountain Admission Ticket, Annual Membership, Winter Season Pass, or Lift Ticket.