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It’s one thing to get out in nature, and it’s another thing to capture some of the beauty in a photograph. On select dates this summer, we're offering sessions with professional photographer and our Grouse Mountain Wildlife Manager, Devin Manky. He'll provide important technical and artistic “pointers” and take a small group to desirable locations at which to capture natural scenes. The September session takes place on September 21, from 7-9pm and is all about night sky/ long exposure photography.

About Devin: In addition to his role as Wildlife Manager for Grouse Mountain Resort, Devin Manky is an established, professional photographer. Devin shoots extensively for the Vancouver Canucks and Fencing Canada. His work has taken him around the world and is regularly picked up by Getty Images. While Devin has made a name for himself as an action & sports photographer, his roots are in wildlife and landscape photography. Some of his most beloved images are those of Grinder and Coola and views from atop Grouse Mountain. Devin is a soon-to-be father, and his recent work includes maternity photography featuring his beautiful wife. 

Attire: Guests should wear clothing and footwear appropriate for a mountaintop walk, considering weather conditions. Bug spray may be desirable. 

Equipment:  Macro – a camera that can close focus (without losing quality/becoming grainy); ideally SLR or DSLR with macro aspect ratio lens 

General Admission: Included with Alpine Experience Ticket 
Annual Local's Pass Member: Free 

Meeting Location: All sessions begin in the Theatre in the Sky with an orientation and instruction. From there, the group will strike-out to location(s), to capture the identified feature of the session. 

Note: There is some mountaintop walking to locations. Mobility and general fitness is required. Registration is required for these free sessions. Registration closes 24- hours in advance of sessions, or when the sessions become full. Sessions are weather dependent. A credit card, valid email address and phone number are required to register.


We are now open for the 2018.2019 Winter season! Great news, Peak Face is now open for advanced skiers and riders! Also open is the Cut to mid-station, early season conditions exist. Sliding Zone is now 12pm-8pm. Check out the Activities and Attraction page for more information.