Opening in June
A self-guided or interpretive walking tour through the forests of Grouse Mountain offers a unique encounter with the great natural resources of British Columbia. Witness the majesty of local tree species, the traditional First Nations architecture of the híwus feasthouse, and the grandeur of two orphaned grizzly bears in the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife. Along the way, be sure to marvel at the 16-foot chainsaw sculptures of Glen Greenside's Tribute to the Forest.
Guided Eco-Walks will not be operating during the 2021 Summer Season. We look forward to seeing you next summer!
Learn about local flora and fauna, the history of Grouse Mountain and the local geology of the North Shore mountains. This 45-minute walk with a knowledgeable Grouse Mountain guide will take you across the mountain plateau and the serene Blue Grouse Lake area, home of the híwus feasthouse and cultural centre.
Walks are 45-minutes in length.