Field Trip Programs


Who Eats Who (Grades 4-7)

Discover how organisms interact and depend on each other. Students will explore food webs, producers and consumers, and ecosystem levels. With hands-on activities, students will discover how local plants and animals are connected, explore what sustains a healthy sub-alpine ecosystem, and learn how human actions cause positive or negative impacts. 

Terms covered: ecosystem, biosphere, organisms, cycle, food chain, food web, photosynthesis, sustainability, stewardship, producer, consumer, decomposer, micro-organisms, niche, population, species, community, biomes, detrivores, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, predator, prey, adaptations, habitat

Applicable BIg Ideas

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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, or use our online booking form below


If you're planning to visit the mountain, don’t forget to purchase your ticket online and reserve your Skyride boarding time ahead of arrivingBC Residents get a discount on Mountain Admission everyday, be sure to enter your postal code before purchasing your tickets. Mountain Admission is 40% off after 4pm daily!