Missing your fitness fix on the Grouse Grind? Resolved to up your fitness level in 2017? With epic snow on our North Shore Mountains if you have not yet traded your hiking boots for snowshoes, now might be the time to challenge the Snowshoe Grind!
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Bundle up, strap on some skates, and participate in one of Canada’s most favourite Winter pastimes – ice skating! While Vancouver is packed with a wide variety of indoor ice rinks, these three outdoor skating spots are sure to keep the family time festive as you glide into a new year – the Canadian way. Here are the best places to go ice skating outdoors in and around Vancouver.
Just because you have kids doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors on New Year’s Eve, and it also doesn’t mean that you have to force your kids to stay up until midnight if you want to partake in the year-end festivities – at least not anymore!
Vancouver hasn’t forgotten about the families this New Year’s Eve, with a range of family-friendly activities fit for all ages. If you haven’t made plans yet, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the celebrations happening in and around the city.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas atop Vancouver’s Grouse Mountain. The wet weather the past few days has helped transform the mountain into a winter wonderland. It’s a great time to dust off the old ski jacket, mittens and snow boots because like it or not – winter is here!
This weekend marks the start of Grouse Mountain’s Peak of Christmas, which brings Santa Claus, reindeer, and outdoor skating pond and more. One highlight of the event is the dreamy Light Walk feature that is coming back for a second year to guide you on a magical adventure through the snow-covered trees.
Thanks to Grouse Mountain’s new Skyride Surf Adventure, thrill-seekers can channel their inner James Bond and soar through the sky while standing on top of the cloud-grazing tram (thankfully, Bond’s tram-top fight sequence is not included).
The Grouse Mountain Skyride, a world-reknowned aerial tramway (the largest of its kind in North America), is introducing a new aeronautical adventure that will have guests flocking in droves to seek the peak in a new and exciting way – from a bird’s perspective.
Here’s what you can expect from this riveting rooftop ride.
If you’re wondering how to get beach body ready fast, you’re in luck – because the Grouse Grind is opening up this weekend for the 2016 hiking season on Saturday, April 30 from 6:15am until 7pm.
Metro Vancouver has been busy making repairs to the trail and have announced that it is finally ready to be tackled. The Grouse Grind is an iconic hiking trail in North Vancouver that is more of a stairmaster and less of a walk in the park. Get your legs warmed up, because it’s time to get sweaty!
End this epic snowboard and ski season with a splash! This April 2, Red Bull Slopesoakers will be making its Canadian Debut at Grouse Mountain Resort. The event is a hybrid of slopestyle and pondskim, which is sort of like waterskiing but without the boat… or rope…
It’s a very unique contest and fun for spectators and competitors alike, and just like Sea World – there will probably be a splash zone.