Local Vancouver Mountains Now Open for 2018/19 Ski and Snowboard Season!

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Grouse Mountain

After a very long wait, the snow is … slowly… arriving in Vancouver! The local mountains have been making snow like mad and have officially opened for the 2018/19 season.

With snow in the forecast, it’s officially time to dust off your skis or boards and dig out your goggles and gloves! Here is what’s open so far:

grouse mountain ski season 2019

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Grouse Mountain

Earlier this week, Grouse Mountain’s winter season kicked off with Paradise and Paradise Jib Park opening up. The runs are open from 9am to 10pm and Early Season ticket pricing is available.

With the snow in the forecast, keep your eyes peeled on their website for updates on additional terrain.

This is an especially important season for Grouse Mountain, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary of terrain parks!

There are also tons of other activities on the mountain, after you get tired of lapping the Greenway Chairlift!

cypress mountain ski season 2019

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Cypress Mountain

With a hardworking snowmaking team, Cypress Mountain opened up their Eagle Express Quad Chair and Easy Rider Chair from 9am to 4pm.

Check out their current conditions website for more information on what’s open.

All tickets are 25% off.

Mount Seymour

Although Mount Seymour boasts higher elevations, it lacks snow guns! Mount Seymour isn’t open quite yet… Stay tuned on their website for more updates.

whistler winter 2019

Photo: Mitch Winton Photography on November 24th | Whistler Facebook

Whistler Mountain

A glorious drive up the Sea to Sky highway will get you to Whistler/Blackcomb, which has been open for a few weeks now!

If you’re keen to make the trek, take a look at the Whistler website for more information on what’s open.

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