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At Grouse Mountain our snowmaking team has been working hard over the past few days to increase Mountain snow coverage. The overnight temperatures have really dropped and while weather forecasts are a little inconsistent, we are hoping for some surface level freezing which will be perfect for more snowmaking.

As always it is our goal to open terrain as early as we can and we are currently focused on getting The Cut and the Screaming Eagle Chair open. These areas could open as early as mid-to-late this week, providing more great terrain for skiing and riding.

Grouse Mountain opened for skiing, riding and snowshoeing on November 20th, and is currently operating with Paradise Bowl, Paradise Jib Park, Peak, Lower Peak and the Snowshoe Grind open. A $500K snowmaking upgrade was completed in advance of the 2015/16 winter season.

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The Downhill area and Chalet are currently on standby. We are currently experiencing high winds in the alpine area, there will be a delay on the opening of the Skyride and all outdoor activities. All morning Snow School Lessons and Full Day Zone Camps as well as the Snowshoe Clinic's have been postponed until your next scheduled lesson date. The Winter Yoga Series has been rescheduled until the next scheduled date. For more information please contact Guest Services at 604.980.9311. 

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