Adventure Day Camps

Pathfinders (5-7) & Alpine Blazers (8-12) Can Explore the Mountain & Have Fun in Nature's Backyard     

alpine blazers 1 day camp - ages 8-12

Experience the magic of the Mountain! Led by our experienced Grouse Mountain Camp Leaders, our camps offer a unique world of excitement. This fun and active experience for kids will teach outdoor survival skills, environmental awareness/appreciation, cultural awareness and knowledge of wildlife biology.
These are all individual one-day camps.

Dates & Times
Tuesday, September 8 
Wednesday, September 9 
Thursday, September 10 
Friday, September 11


$75 per day

Daily Camp Themes & Highlights   

Camp Day

Daily Theme

Activity Highlights


Wilderness & Survival

  • Shelter Building
  • Archery
  • Survival skills & orienteering


Soaring Adventures

  • Behind the scenes with the owls
  • Disc Golf
  • Peak Chair Exploration


Ranger for the Day

  • Behind the scenes with the bears
  • Explore and taste an edible garden
  • Animal tracking


Uniquely BC

  • Scavenger hunt
  • First Nations Stories & Activities
  • Axe Throw


Mountain Exploration

  • Capture the Flag
  • Hike to the secret Waterfall

Camp Check-in and Out 
Camp check-in is at the base of the Mountain from 9:00am-9:30am. Please proceed, in your vehicle, to Parking Lot B and park. You will check-in with a Camp Leader at the designated sign and be assigned your camp number and leader.

Check-out is from the base of the Mountain from 4:00pm-4:30pm. Please proceed, in your vehicle, to Parking Lot B and check-in at your assigned number.

What to Bring 
• As Mountain conditions change rapidly, dress your child in layers and appropriately for the weather. 
• Camps run rain or shine and activities will continue outside in the rain, please included waterproof jacket and pants. 
• Closed toed shoes. We recommend hiking or running shoes. No sandals. 
• A mask or face covering for the child (required to be worn on tram and anytime distancing cannot be maintained)
• We recommend packing sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat and extra socks. 
• A reusable water bottle. 
• If you did not purchase a food during registration, please provide your child with a lunch and snacks. Camps are a ‘Nut Free’ zone, please help us keep campers safe and refrain from including any food containing nuts.

Registration and Availability 
Registration cut off is the Wednesday prior to the first day of camp, subject to availability. Call Guest Services at 604.980.9311 to register. 

For more information on Camps please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page  


Early Bird Snow Passes and Snow School lessons are now on sale!
Enjoy 50% off our regular Mountain Admission rates now until November 15th! Purchase your tickets here, and remember to bring your reusable face mask.