Local resort opens its doors for 24-hours of fun

January 24, 2018 by  

The 24 Hours of Winter celebration is taking place next month on Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver.

All of the runs and many of the regular facilities will be open for use for a 24-hour period. This includes the skating pond, ski hills, and sliding zone, which allows the public to rent sleds.

Eye of the Wind tours are available for $15; this tour takes visitors to the top of the wind turbine and gives them views of the city below. There is also the Light Walk, which will be held from dusk to 10:00 PM and takes the form of a glowing light tunnel along the shores of Blue Grouse Lake. The Theatre in the Sky high-definition cinema will also be open.

Other activities are ziplining, dining, and shopping. Guests can also dance to music provided by DJs.

Grouse Mountain resort is one of the most popular facilities in North Vancouver. To advertise events like the 24 Hours of Winter, organizers often invest in flyer or poster printing services from local stationery printers.

The 24 Hours of Winter celebration will be held from February 17 to 18. Different activities have separate fees, and lift fees start at $49 for adults and include all activities at the top. Visit the official Grouse Mountain website for a complete list of costs.