Contest Alert! 24 Hours of Winter at Grouse Mountain

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The fun does not stop for 24 hours at Grouse Mountain from February 17, 2018 – February 18, 2018 during the annual 24 consecutive hours of winter fun at the Peak of Vancouver!

Started during the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, Grouse Mountain will remain open for skiing, snowboarding, and other events from sundown to sunrise. The event will kick off on Saturday at 8:00am and will run until 10:00pm on Sunday with a variety of round-the-clock activities including all-night skiing, snowboarding and ice skating; ziplining; live DJs; a hockey tournament; dining and much more.

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Contest Alert! 24 Hours of Winter at Grouse Mountain

Ski from Sunrise to Sundown at 24 Hours of Winter on Grouse Mountain

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If you’ve always wanted to ski or snowboarding at three in the morning, now’s your chance during this weekend’s 24 Hours of Winter event at Grouse Mountain. Starting at 8:30am on February 6, 2016 the resort will be remaining open until 10pm the next day!

That’s a whole 24 hours of snowboarding that you can cram into your Family Day weekend! The celebration is held as a sort of “remembrance” of the 2010 Winter Olympics games held in Vancouver. And what better way to remember those awesome times than with a full day, night, and another day filled with snowy, winter activities!

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Ski from Sunrise to Sundown at 24 Hours of Winter on Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain Hosts an All-Night Party for 24 Hours of Winter

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Ever seen the sunrise from a local ski hill? This weekend in Vancouver, you can check that off your Vancouver bucket list! Grouse Mountain will be hosting their 24 Hours of Winter festival on February 7 until February 8, 2015 to celebrate the ever-lasting Olympic spirit.

From sunset to sunrise you can dance the night away under starry skies as DJs spin your favourite tracks late into the night or glide down The Cut while taking in the spectacular Vancouver sunrise. There will also be countless family-friendly activities to everyone entertained.

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Grouse Mountain Stays Open All Night for 24 Hours of Winter 2014

24 Hours of Winter Vancouver 2014

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This Saturday, Grouse Mountain is hosting its annual 24 Hours of Winter all-nighter that has guests snowboarding, skiing, and dancing the night away until the sun rises the next morning.

Back for its 4th consecutive year since its introduction during the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, 24 Hours of Winter is a unique Vancouver event that runs from Saturday evening until Sunday morning (February 8-9, 2014) with skiing, snowboarding, dining, and plenty of family-fun activities!

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Half-Price Skiing on Grouse Mountain, Family Day (Feb 11)

Photo courtesy of Grouse Mountain

Photo courtesy of Grouse Mountain

The family that skis together, stays together.

That’s the logic behind a great family day promotion at Grouse Mountain for B.C.’s first Family Day, Monday, Feb. 11.  All B.C. residents will get half-off lift tickets (regularly priced at $58), plus access to some family-friendly fun.

Start the day with a by-donation pancake breakfast.  Then hop on the Skyride – Grouse’s mile-long air tram – for a ride to the peak, where there will be family photo ops, a snow-painting station, a puck shoot out, special family-friendly terrain parks and, at night, a family apres-ski dinner.

Family Day caps off a busy weekend at Grouse Mountain, which offers more than two dozen runs just a fifteen-minute drive from downtown Vancouver.  What else is in store? Continue reading:
Half-Price Skiing on Grouse Mountain, Family Day (Feb 11)