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(North Vancouver) Grouse Mountain Resort is excited to announce its upcoming Spring Celebration which will take place from March 26 through to the end of the 2022/23 season. As the winter season draws to a close, the resort is inviting visitors to enjoy the beautiful spring weather with a range of outdoor activities and special events.

“We’re thrilled to be celebrating the arrival of spring with our guests,” said Michael Cameron, President of Grouse Mountain Resort. “After a long winter, it’s the perfect time to get outside, enjoy the sunshine, and take part in some fun activities on the Mountain.”

The Spring Celebration event offers something for everyone, including skiing and snowboarding, snowshoeing, and skating. The Resort’s 33 ski and snowboard runs, and four chairlifts ensure that there is plenty of terrain for all skill levels. Visitors can also explore the Mountain’s trails on snowshoes or take a spin around the outdoor skating pond, all after taking a ride on the Resort’s famous Skyride which offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and cityscape.

In addition to these regular activities, Grouse Mountain Resort has planned a range of special events to make the Spring Celebration even more memorable. Highlights include:

Après at Altitudes, Sundays from March 26 – April 16, 2023
  • From 3:30pm – 6pm, guests can enjoy free après ski entertainment from some of the best local musicians in town while enjoying food and drinks at Altitudes Bistro.
  • Sample distinctly British Columbian cuisine while overlooking the grandeur of the Lower Mainland, some 3,700 feet below. Altitudes’ menu includes great dishes for sharing, including the famous Grouse Mountain nachos.

Easter on the Peak – Saturday April 8 & Sunday April 9, 2023
  • Over the Easter weekend, guests can enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt in the Light Walk with prizes, crafts and facepainting in the “Bunny Burrow” in the Chalet, firepit smores, and Easter Movies in the Theatre in the Sky
  • Child Admission tickets will be $5 daily for the entire weekend, with all revenue being donated to Family Services of the North Shore. Donations for Family Services of the North Shore will also be collected at the firepit smores and in the Bunny Burrow.
  • For an additional cost, guests can have Brunch with the Easter Bunny! Guests will be greeted by the Easter Bunny and enjoy a delicious buffet brunch with four seatings held across the weekend. $5 per person will be donated to Family Services of the North Shore.
  • Lift ticket holders can also ski/ride blue and green runs and take part in our on-mountain scavenger hunt for the chance to win amazing prizes.

Slush Cup – Sunday April 16, 2023
  • Join us as competitors, attired in their most ridiculous costumes, attempt to cross a pool of slush on their skis or board. There will be great prizes for participants, but the cheering crowd is the best prize of all! Prizes will be given to the best costume, best trick, best crash, crowd favourite and more. Don’t forget creativity is key for our panel of judges!
  • Onlookers will be able to watch all the attempts from the “splash zone” and the available BBQ and beer garden on Peak flats will help ensure everyone is properly fueled for fun.

“We have something for everyone at Grouse Mountain Resort’s Spring Celebration,” said Cameron. “Whether you’re a thrill-seeker looking to hit the slopes one last time, or you’re simply looking to soak up some sun and enjoy the beautiful scenery, we’ve got you covered.”

To enjoy all of these great activities and more, grab a Spring Fling Pass today which provides unlimited access to the Mountain – including skiing and riding – from now until the end of the season, for only $119.

About Grouse Mountain:
As a Northland Properties Company, Grouse Mountain is proudly local, family owned and operated. With 221 acres of skiable terrain, Grouse Mountain has been welcoming visitors to our slopes to enjoy the best in downhill sports since our inaugural season in 1926. With 33 ski and snowboard runs, 15 night runs, 4 chairlifts, a magic carpet, 5 terrain parks plus the Cut Jump Line, Sliding Zone, 9 kilometres of snowshoe trails and the North Shore's most variety of terrain, Grouse Mountain is Vancouver’s outdoor playground with an average annual snowfall of 9.7 metres (31.8 feet).

About Family Services of the North Shore:
Family Services of the North Shore is a non-profit, community-based agency. For more than 60 years, they have been committed to making deep and lasting impact across the entire North Shore, from Deep Cove to Bowen Island and every point in between. They offer counselling, support, education, and volunteer engagement opportunities to help you reach your full potential throughout your life, whenever you need them most.

For more information, please contact:
Madelaine Twomey
Manager, Communications
Grouse Mountain Resorts
Direct: 604.998.4255
Cell: 604.551.4968