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Adventure programs supervisor Dan Grima wrote a blog post today to give us the inside scoop about Saturday's Snowshoe Grind Challenge:

Greetings, snowshoe enthusiasts!

This Saturday, I’m incredibly excited to be part of the Snowshoe Grind Challenge! As adventure programs supervisor, snowshoeing is a big part of my everyday life and I’m really looking forward to sharing my love for the sport during Saturday’s event.

Although the idea of a race might sound a bit daunting, the Snowshoe Grind Challenge is a great activity for people of all ages, and you have the option of a more leisurely Blue Grouse Loop walk if a fast-paced race isn’t for you. I’ve been out there today, and I can tell you that conditions on the trail are great.

We’ve had beautiful spring conditions all week and might even see some snow this weekend. It’s a winter wonderland out there…particularly at the higher elevations. We’ve listened to your feedback and we’ve now made the majority of the trail two-way, so you’ll be able to go up one side of the trail and down the other with ease during the Grind Challenge.

If you haven’t already registered, I encourage you to do so by visiting Guest Services up until 9:30 am on race day.

I’ll be at the Snowshoe Grind Challenge, as will many of our snowshoe guides. Hope to see you at the Peak of Vancouver on Saturday!

-Dan

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Please be aware, Altitudes Bistro is undergoing renovation. Lunch service with the Altitudes menu will be available in The Observatory beginning at 11am. Grouse Grind Coffee Bar is open 7:00am-10:00pm serving Grill Board menu items. The Observatory will be open 5:00pm - 10:00pm.