40 Bucket List Vancouver Things To Do To Make Your Winter Break Amazing

Make the most of the winter and holiday season!

Now that winter break is among us, you might be wondering how best to fill your free time or make the most of the holiday season. Narcity is here to help you make your winter experience in Vancouver nothing short of amazing.

READ ALSO: 15 Fun Things To Do For Under $15 In Vancouver This Holiday Season

Here's the ultimate guide to making the most of your short but sweet winter break/season, listed in no particular order.

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1. Walk through the Lights at Lafarge Lake

2. See the Canadian Holiday Train in BC

3. Hit the slopes and ski or board

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4. Ride the holiday ferris wheel at Holiday Heights at the Bloedel Conservatory

 5. Ride the Bright Nights Christmas Train at Stanley Park

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6. See the Christmas Dome outside Nordstrom at Pacific Centre

7. Start 2017 with a Polar Bear swim

8. Experience The Peak of Christmas at Grouse Mountain

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9. Grab a drink at this cozy and festive winter patio 

10. Zipline through the snow at Grouse or Whistler

11. Treat yourself at the Hot Chocolate Festival 

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12. Visit one of these 8 Incredible Winter Waterfalls In BC 

13. Go to Contact Music Festival

14. Go sledding, tobogganing, and tubing at Mount Seymour

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15. Party it up at the Ugly Christmas Sweater Party at the Commodore Ballroom

 16. Stroll through a Heritage Christmas for free at the Burnaby Village Museum

17. Be enchanted by the Enchant Christmas Light Maze & Market

18. Go snowshoeing

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19. Go for a spa day at one of these 9 Incredible Winter Spa Resorts In BC For Under $60

20. Go ice skating

21. Go to the Drive-In Movies at River District Vancouver

22. Sleep overnight in an Igloo in BC

23. Experience Christmas at Flyover Canada

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24. Be dazzled by the Canyon Lights at the Capilano Suspension Bridge

25. Go dog sledding in Whistler

26. Try a Super Hipster Vancouver Food

27. See the St. Paul’s Hospital Lights of Hope

28. See lanterns light up the darkest night of the year at the Winter Solstice Lantern Festival

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29. Relax at a hot spring

30. Experience Winter Wonderland at the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Botanical Garden

31. Heli-ski

32. Visit Fort Langley for Heritage Holiday

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33. See the Vancouver Christmas Tree

34. Go on a winter wonderland hike

35. Check out The Christmas Show That You Must See In Vancouver

36. Rent out one of these 8 Incredible Ski Chalets for super cheap in BC

37. Check out one of these 5 Hidden Underground Bars In Vancouver You Might Not Have Heard Of

38. Try a Snow-Limo tour

39. Visit the Spirit Of Christmas at the Sea to Sky Gondola

40. Check out the Karaoke Christmas Trolley Tour

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