Bundle up the family and prepare to be amazed. Canyon Lights returns on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 and runs until Sunday, January 3, 2021 (closed December 25) – just what we all need to jump start the festive season! Embark on a magical adventure of visual enchantment with fun for the whole family. Named one of the most spectacular holiday light displays in the world, Canyon Lights is set to dazzle and amaze, high above the forest floor.
Experience the dazzling light displays and millions of twinkling lights on the suspension bridge, Cliffwalk, Treetops Adventure, rainforest and river below. Along with these and other interactive light displays, the 250-year-old Douglas-firs at Treetops Adventure light up from top to bottom, making them the eight tallest Christmas trees in the world. See Cliffwalk’s “Arc de Lumina”, which features 40 loops wrapped around the boardwalk and over 4,000 lights creating a light tunnel that is sure to amaze!
The family fun doesn’t stop there as Canyon Lights also includes a Snowy Owl Prowl scavenger hunt, festive live music and children’s activities. Canyon Lights has long been a Vancouver tradition for many families and the Park looks forward to welcoming you back to celebrate the holiday season – and it will of course follow COVID guidelines with more details to come!
Canyon Lights is on from Tuesday, December 1, 2020 through to Sunday, January 3, 2021 (Closed Christmas Day – December 25th)
Park Hours – During Canyon Lights 2PM – 9PM
Tickets and Annual Passes will only be available for pre-purchase online for a specific date and time to limit contact upon entry and to ensure guest and team member safety.
We highly recommend visiting the Park on weeknights prior to Friday, December 18th.
Strollers are not permitted on the attractions. Babies should be carried below railing level or in a purpose-designed child-carrying device.
Dress for an outdoor experience and ensure you are wearing appropriate footwear!
Don’t forget to bring your camera.
Give Back With Canyon Lights
Partial proceeds from admissions are donated to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund to help support burn survivors and their families, as well as to educate fire and burn awareness in schools throughout British Columbia.