May 28, 2022

Just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain offers a variety of cultural, educational and outdoor adventures year-round.
Featuring thrilling outdoor adventures and activities, a Refuge for Endangered Wildlife, an array of dining options and unparalleled views, The Peak of Vancouver is the Lower Mainland’s premier attraction.
Family Friendly Dining at Grouse Mountain
Step onto the iconic red Skyride tram to ascend 4,100 feet (1,250 metres) above Vancouver towards the Peak Chalet during a scenic 1-mile (1.6-km) ride up the forested slopes of Grouse Mountain. Take in stunning panoramic views of the city skyline, the Strait of Georgia and Vancouver Island.
People on ski lift at Grouse Mountain
During the summer season, explore the natural environment and awe-inspiring lookouts, check out the World-Famous Lumberjack Show or visit resident Grizzly bears at the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife.
Grinder the bear at home on Grouse Mountain
Balance, jump, climb, swing across a series of four aerial ropes courses on the Mountain Ropes Adventure, soar above the forest and canyons on a Mountain Ziplines tour or enjoy the view of Vancouver from a different perspective on the scenic Peak Chairlift.
Mountain ziplines over trees at Grouse Mountain
In winter, enjoy world-class skiing and snowboarding and over 5.5-miles (9-km) of diverse snowshoe trails. Marvel at the dazzling light installations on the Enchanting Light Walk, race down the slopes in the Sliding Zone or take a spin on our 8,000-square foot Mountaintop Skating Pond.
Evening ice skating at Grouse Mountain
The Alpine Experience at Grouse Mountain is available year round.  CanaDream Guests will receive preferred rates when they book through CanaDream Club and log in with their Guest credentials.
Skiier in orange jacket on slopes at Grouse Mountain
Whether you’re seeking adrenaline-pumping thrills or looking to relax in nature, Grouse Mountain has something for everyone!

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