Please be advised, Altitudes Bistro will be closing at 2:15pm today, Saturday March 2nd, for a private event. 
Please be advised, due to all the fresh snow, it is a busier day here at Grouse Mountain and recommend carpooling or taking public transit to keep excitement levels high!
Due to limited terrain, some Snow School lessons are not running. Please check Today on Grouse - Lessons for up to date information.   

Field Trip Programs

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Mountain Adaptations (Grades K–7)

Explore how wildlife adapt to their environments. Through hands-on activities, students will learn about some of Grouse Mountain’s most fascinating animals and how they adapt to escape predators, find food, and survive the changing seasons. 

Terms covered: young, adult, life cycle, behaviour, appearance, food, predator, prey, enemies, environment, male, female, characteristics, insect, bird, mammal, reptile, amphibian, fish, hibernate, migrate

Applicable Big Ideas

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+ Kindergarten Applicable Big Ideas
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+ Grade 6 Applicable Big Ideas
+ Grade 7 Applicable Big Ideas

Book Your Visit

Ready to book your field trip? 
1. Choose the date(s) that suit your group’s schedule. To qualify for education pricing, your group must consist of 75% school-aged students. 

2. Select your activities. Up to 3 guided sessions are included in a full five-hour day. We recommend one curriculum session, one adventure activity, and a hiwus Feasthouse presentation. 

3. Contact us — call us at 604.980.9311, send an email to education@grousemountain.com, or use our online booking form below