‘Keep up those snow dances’: Snowfall recorded on Vancouver’s North Shore mountains

Vancouver Courier


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Get excited, it’s finally snowing on the North Shore mountains! Cypress, Grouse and Seymour have all recorded snowfall this week.

Cypress Mountain has so far received 21cm of snow this season, with 14cm of snow in the last 24 hours.

We are happy to see snow in the base area! Keep up those snow dances. Stay tuned for updates,” it states on the Cypress Mountain website’s downhill area update.

Snowmaking is standing ready to make snow as soon as conditions allow.”

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Meanwhile, Mount Seymour has recorded 12cm of snowfall over the past 24 hours.

“We’ll be opening soon,” the website’s condition upate states.

We'll just let the video do the talking ???????

Posted by Mt Seymour on Friday, November 23, 2018

And last but not least Grouse Mountain has had 2cm of snowfall in the last 12 hours and a total of 26cm of snow in total.

The mountain’s snow machines were fired up for the first time this season on Friday night.

Our snowmaking team was back in action last night as they fired up the first guns of the season! #makethatsnow #grousemountainPhoto: @ooohdoggy

Posted by Grouse Mountain Resort on Saturday, November 24, 2018

While the ski runs aren’t yet open, there’s a lot of fun to be had at Grouse Mountain’s festive celebration, The Peak of Christmas. Visitors can enjoy skating on a beautiful, 8,000 square foot mountaintop ice skating pond. Described as “Vancouver’s north pole,” the area sparkles with breathtaking light installations, including a majestic light tunnel and illuminated reindeer. Guests can watch a family holiday film on a big screen TV in the sky, or even take a magical sleigh ride. Plus much more.