Celebrate from sundown to sunrise this weekend at the Peak of Vancouver. (North Vancouver) In celebration of all things winter, Grouse Mountain is thrilled to host its annual 24 Hours of Winter event taking place Saturday, February 17th through Sunday, February 18th. Guests are invited to enjoy 24 consecutive hours of winter activities on the slopes at the Peak of Vancouver.
“We’re excited to once again open our doors to around-the-clock winter fun at Grouse Mountain for 24 Hours of Winter” said Grouse Mountain Communications Manager, Julia Grant. “This unique event has become an annual favourite with locals and visitors alike enjoying all-night skiing and riding plus a variety of other special activities showcasing the best of winter here at the Peak of Vancouver.”
What began in preparation for the NBC Olympic broadcast in February 2010, 24 Hours of Winter kicks off Saturday at 8:00 am and runs through 10:00 pm on Sunday with a variety of special activities including all-night skiing, snowboarding and ice skating; sunset, midnight and sunrise snowshoe tours; a spectacular torch parade; special aprés celebration; yoga and much more.
A complimentary shuttle will be available from 12am to 7am on Sunday between Grouse Mountain and key North Vancouver locations.
For a detailed schedule of all 24 Hours of Winter activities, please click here.
For the latest in snow and weather conditions, please visit grousemountain.com or call our Snowphone at 604-986-6262. You can also text GROUSEREPORT to 333777 and receive a text alert whenever we receive more than 10cm of new snow.
About Grouse Mountain:
With 221 acres of skiable terrain, Grouse Mountain has been welcoming visitors to our slopes to enjoy the best in downhill sports since our inaugural season in 1926. With 33 ski and snowboard runs, 15 night runs, four chairlifts, a magic carpet, five terrain parks plus the Cut Jump Line, Sliding Zone, 9 kilometres of snowshoe trails and the North Shore’s most variety of terrain, Grouse Mountain is Vancouver’s outdoor playground with an average annual snowfall of 9.7 metres (31.8 feet).