If you have yet to check it out, you are in for a treat! Here is what to expect:
- Monday is game night. Free games include cornhole and giant Jenga. Food and drinks are available for purchase as your family enjoys games outdoors.
- Every Tuesday at 7 pm and until August 29, enjoy Sounds from the Valley: Music & Poetry. Enjoy free concerts and poetry readings from Edmonton Public Library’s Capital City Records and Capital City Press.
- All day long on Whacky Wednesdays, draw a golf ball out of a basket to see what discount you get for target golf. Discounts are 25%-100%!
- Thirsty Thursdays welcomes a local craft brewer to the Aerial Park treetop patio. Click here to see the brewery lineup and to get your ticket! Remember, the event is family-friendly and non-alcoholic options are always available too.
- Start the weekend off right by participating in Food Bank Fridays at Target Golf. Bring a non-perishable item and receive your bucket of balls for $10. Snow Valley donates an additional dollar Edmonton’s Food Bank with each bucket sold on Fridays.
Also back this summer is the Whitemud Creek Mining Co. experience – with a new feature! This year treasure seekers can get a 20 pound bag of sand, which is double from previous years. One bag gives up to four people even more fun and items to discover.
From August 23-26, enjoy Edmonton Symphony Orchestra on the Hill. Tickets are just $35+ fees and that gives you access to a wonderful night of classics, pop music, and Hollywood blockbuster soundtrack favourites, all played perfectly by Edmonton’s local orchestra.
Available for those who dare all summer is the always fun and challenging Ariel Park’s tower. Experience over 100 thrilling elements as you climb, swing, and conquer challenges up to 15 meters high on locally themed obstacles like the rainbow wall, ski-bridge, and more. The "choose your own adventure" setup lets you customize your climbing experience, picking elements that suit your preferences. With green, blue, and black graded games, there's something for everyone. All climbs are a maximum of two hours long. Book a climb for a fun family day or date, birthday party, or even a corporate event.
There are so many things to do and enjoy in Snow Valley, you’ll want to stay close to all the action. That’s easy to do when you book a site at Rainbow Valley Campground. Here you’ll find more than 75 sites with numerous amenities such as access to walking trails that go all the way to the North Saskatchewan River.
After an action-packed summer in Snow Valley, get ready for ski season by buying your season pass early. Season passes for the hill go on sale in mid-August.
This year, Snow Valley celebrates 75 years of providing locals and tourists with all the fun they can handle in a safe, welcoming, inclusive atmosphere year round. Learn more about the anniversary celebration as details become available, and more about the seasonal activities on site, by visiting Snow Valley online and connecting on Facebook and Instagram.