The slide mountain has been described as the most visually appealing mountain in North America.
Featuring sweeping views of the surrounding valleys, it is one of several slides in the area that is a favourite among tourists and locals alike.
It was one of the first in North American that was opened to the public in late 2016, with a $7,000 donation from the Mountain Club of Canada.
The park is currently closed for the winter months and will reopen in the spring.
Its owners have since decided to reopen it in spring.
The park also includes a steep incline that makes it one of few places in North West Canada where the steep slope can be climbed in the winter.
“Fuzzies are one of those iconic, iconic landscapes that we think everyone should see at least once,” said park manager, John Cairns.
This slide mountain is one that will be added to our list of favourites in North Vancouver.
John Cairn, park manager.
Fuzzys are one, iconic landscape that we believe everyone should at least see once.
He added that while it’s difficult to get people to take a trip to the park, the fact that the park is open to the general public is “really encouraging”.
“We’ve seen a lot of interest in it from people from all walks of life,” he said.
Cairns said the park was built in partnership with the Canadian Tire Mountain Club, who are currently working on new slides to be added.
Other slides to open in spring include a 5-metre-tall wooden slide, a 6.6 metre-tall water slide and a 7.6-metres-tall ice slide.
Another of the park’s newest features is a water slide at the bottom of a rocky cliff that has been created with the help of the local community.
In addition to the slides, the park offers a mountain bike path, a mountain climbing platform, an underwater diving area and a water skiing facility.
Park manager John Caimens said the mountain is a favorite among many people.
“It’s one of our top-rated things,” he told CBC News.
“It really is one we love, and we’ve been building it for 20 years.”
Cairn said it is a small addition that is only about 10 metres tall, but it will be a welcome addition to Vancouverites who like the challenge of the slopes.
“I think it’s going to be a great addition to any community in the province,” he added.
“It’s something that really is a local attraction.”
The park opened to people in late spring.