The Grouse Grind™ Mountain Run presented by VPG Realty Inc. returns on Saturday, September 15th for its 28th year! This Vancouver classic is the true test of your season's training. Whether you are coming out to set a new record for the fastest Grouse Grind, to better your best time, or to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital, this is an excellent celebration of the Grouse Grind season.
Planning your next team building session for your office? Create a corporate team and vie for the title of Vancouver’s Fastest Corporate Grinders!
Need convincing? There's nothing but fun waiting for you once you reach the top! Race Day in the Mountaintop Plaza will be buzzing with activity including award presentations, a recovery zone, BBQ, music and interactive partner activations.
2018 Cash Purse up for grabs - both male and female top finishers:
• 1st: $1500
• 2nd: $750
• 3rd: $250
We are also excited to announce that a course record incentive has generously been provided by our Title Sponsor VPG Realty Inc. An additional $2500 will be awarded to the top male and female finishers should they break the current course records (Male: 25:01 Female 30:52).
Rally your friends and join us on September 15th to celebrate a great season of Grouse Grinding!
Step up your participation by raising money for the cardiology department of BC Children's Hospital. The dedicated team of cardiologists, surgeons, nurses and researchers provides specialized care to children who live with congenital or acquired heart conditions. Your donations ensure these caregivers can continue their great work and provide BC's children with the best heart health care possible, allowing them to reach their fullest potential! In addition to the $5 of each registration that will be donated to BC Children's Hospital, you can continue your fundraising and make a big difference. Create your personalized fundraising profile here.
*Please note that hiking poles are not permitted for safety reasons
Race day results will be available here: https://racedaytiming.ca/results/2018GGMR