October 29,2018

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What a way to start a Monday! 

This morning, we were greeted with the first snow of the season on the mountaintop. For today and Tuesday, temperatures are forecast to remain low, and we expect to see even more flakes fall. 

“Our winter preparations are underway, and we were stoked to see the blanket of white on the mountain this morning”, said Director Mountain Operations, Grant Wahl. Grouse Mountain normally opens for skiing and riding in late November and operates until the first part of May. 

Offering 33 ski and snowboard runs, 15 night runs, 4 chairlifts, 6 terrain parks, 9km of snowshoe trails , Grouse Mountain provides the North Shore's biggest terrain variety. This 2018/19 season the Mountain celebrates 25 years of terrain parks.
Fist sign of winter is here, snow on October 29, 2018.


It’s back for its 20th year! Grouse Mountain’s Y2Play pass is on-sale now! Ski or ride for the rest of this season and all of next for up to 80% off. Please be aware, the Munday Alpine Snowshoe Park is currently on Standby as snow stability assessments are being conducted - check back regularly for updates. Blue Grouse Loop remains open. Please be aware, the Mountaintop Ice Skating Pond will be closed from 5pm – 10pm for the DEBRA Canada Charity Broomball Tournament.