Here’s a well-known mom fact: the fun doesn’t just happen—we make it happen.
When it comes to the holidays, we’re serious about having fun. We like to plan carefully and execute at just the right time. So we say get started on your holiday activities early to avoid the crowds and access the best times and dates.
If you’re ‘dreaming of a white Christmas’, the Peak of Christmas on Grouse Mountain has got you covered. Not only will you get to walk in a winter wonderland, skate on an outdoor rink, go for a sleigh ride while listening to those jingle bells, visit with Jolly Ol’ Saint Nicholas in his workshop (or even over brunch), listen to carolers regale your fave Christmas classics and make Frosty the Snowman crafts, but you will also get to see a real reindeer close up (Prancer, not Rudolph, has made the trek this year). The Peak of Christmas is truly a one-of-a-kind, magical outdoor holiday experience, and with an $80 pass for a family of four, it’s a great value too.
It opens next Saturday, November 23 and runs until Christmas Eve, so you have a month to make sure you ‘go to the snow’ this holiday season!
For more festive activities for the family, check out these 7 Ways to Celebrate the Season in Vancouver.