With the holidays just around the corner, we thought we’d go ahead and add another exciting lineup of events to the mix. Vancouver Island’s Malahat SkyWalk is bringing holiday magic to visitors from across the province this year, including festive eats & drinks, a sing-along, a pop-up shop, and crafts and photos with Santa. Let’s get into it.

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Photo via Malahat SkyWalk

From Saturday, December 3rd to Sunday, January 1st, the SkyWalk will transform into the ultimate winter wonderland filled with fun for the entire family to enjoy. Sip on some cozy beverages by a warm fire, take in a massive holiday tree, and even see if you can spot the elusive Luke the Sasquatch during your visit.

Photo via Malahat SkyWalk

Oh, and an elevated TreeWalk amongst the Douglas Fir and Arbutus forest seems especially fitting this season. Don’t forget to take advantage of the 20-metre spiral slide!

The Malahat SkyWalk will remain open daily from 9 am to 3:30 pm, with the exception of Christmas Day and New Year’s Day – when they’ll be open from 10 am to 2 pm.

Note that the SkyWalk will be closed for maintenance until Friday, November 18th.

Well, that’s all we’ve got for now, Vancouver. Start making your holiday plans and we’ll check back in soon.

Holiday Magic at Malahat SkyWalk

When: Saturday, December 3rd to Sunday, January 1st
Where: 901 Trans-Canada Highway, Malahat
Cost: $20.95 to $34.95