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(North Vancouver) Just one day removed from the first snowfall of the 2014/15 winter season, Grouse Mountain is pleased to announce that their 8,000-square foot ice skating pond – the only mountaintop outdoor skate pond in the lower mainland – will officially open at 4:00 pm today.

From 9:00 am to 10:00 pm daily, visitors are encouraged to strap on their blades for their first winter experience of the 2014/15 season. Ice skating is complimentary with a Grouse Mountain Alpine Experience ticket and rentals are available for all ages.

With sunny, cool temperatures in the forecast for the coming days, the North Shore’s largest snowmaking fleet continues to make snow in anticipation of opening for downhill skiing and riding in the near future. With early openings to the winter season a regular occurrence in recent years, Grouse Mountain has consistently had some of the longest seasons on record with skiing and riding continuing well into spring.

Armed with the North Shore's largest snowmaking fleet, Grouse Mountain’s 2014/15 winter season is poised to be an exciting one with new night terrain on Blazes (including new lighting), a brand-new race centre and one of western Canada’s most-renowned terrain parks among the highlights.

For the latest in snow and weather conditions, please visit or call our snowphone at 604-986-6262.


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.