The North Shore's Longest Winter Season Just Got Even Longer (April 27, 2012)

Winter continues at The Peak of Vancouver with a new tube park! 

NOTE: As of June 2012, the Tube Park is not available.

Mother Nature did not disappoint this winter at the Peak of Vancouver delivering over 11 meters of snow to Grouse Mountain during the course of the season. With an impressive base still on the slopes, The Peak of Vancouver has decided to extend the fun into the month of May for those who just can’t get enough of winter. 

Skiing and Riding: On The Cut with the Screaming Eagle chairlift operational - weekends only - 9am to 6pm, starting May 5. 

Tubing: Grouse Mountain is excited to announce a brand new two-lane tube park located at the top of Paper Trail. This is like tobogganing only better!  Tubing will be open 7 days a week from 12pm to 6pm on weekdays and 10am to 6pm on weekends. Please note that there will be a $10 charge for every 2 hours for the Tube Park.  Tickets can be purchased at Guest Services,  Alpine Guest Services as well as over the phone by calling Guest Services on: 604-980-9311. 

Terrain Park: For terrain park lovers, perfect your skills before summer as boxes and rails creating a "rookie" park will now be available at the top of The Cut. This will be a walk-up zone on weekdays 4pm to 8pm - no chairlift, weekends 9am to 6pm using the Screaming Eagle chairlift.  **Please be advised that, the Side Cut Jumpline will also be open but only on weekends***

Snowshoe Park: Open 7 days a week 9am to dusk. 

NOTE: All of the winter activities listed above will continue as long as conditions allow. 

General Admission rates now apply and Y2Play passes remain valid during this time. 

Summer is just around the corner! Grinder and Coola have emerged from hibernation and guests are more than encourage to visit them in their mountaintop habitat.  All 5 mountaintop zip lines are back in operation.  Call Guest Services for more information: 604-980-9311.