Vancouver’s own version of the North Pole is coming back this holiday season! Grouse Mountain is bringing back their beloved Peak of Christmas experience, and things kick-off at the end of the month. If you need a quick rundown, well then, we’ve got all the details for you.

The Peak of Christmas will transform the top of Grouse Mountain into a winter wonderland with a variety of activities and experiences to enjoy. You can go skating on Blue Grouse Lake, stroll along a magical light walk, and even meet a couple of Santa’s reindeer before checking out his workshop itself.

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If you really want to enjoy this experience in all its glory, then you can also reserve a spot at a Breakfast with Santa buffet. Fill up on some pancakes, meet jolly old Saint Nick, and then walk (or skate) amongst snow-topped trees. Whether you’re going with family or that special someone, this is undoubtedly one of the best holiday experiences around Vancouver.

Access to the Peak of Christmas is available through a Mountain Admission Ticket, and those who have a season pass to Grouse Mountain can enjoy it free of charge! Even if you’re just going for the ice skating, we highly recommend checking this out.

Peak of Christmas at Grouse Mountain

When: November 25th to January 3rd
Where: 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver
Cost: $61 for GA (or $109 for a family of 4)