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The Grouse Grind Mountain Run returns on Saturday, August 24th and this year's race will help raise funds for North Shore Rescue.

Whether you are participating to set a new record for the fastest Grouse Grind, to better your best time, or to raise funds for North Shore Rescue, this is an excellent celebration of the Grouse Grind season. After the race, the Mountaintop Plaza will be buzzing with activity including award presentations, a recovery zone, BBQ, DJ music, and games. 

Rally your friends and join us on August 24th to celebrate a great season of Grouse Grinding! Step up your participation by raising money for North Shore Rescue. In addition to a portion of your registration fee that will be donated to North Shore Rescue, you can continue your fundraising and make a big difference.

Event Schedule - Saturday, August 24th 
8:30am - 9:30am: Bag check available at the Start Line 
9:45am - 9:50am: Race briefing 
9:50am - 9:55am: Race warm-up 
10:00am: Race starts! 
10:30am - 1:00pm: Bag pick-up available in the Mountaintop Plaza 
10:00am - 1:30pm: After party in the Mountaintop Plaza 
11:30am: Awards Ceremony (approximate time)


Included in your registration:
  • 1 x Skyride Download after the race
  • 1 x Mountain Admission ticket to bring a friend
  • 1 x Post-race beer from Granville Island Brewing
  • 1 x Entry into prize draw
  • 1 x Commemorative race bib with timing chip
  • Complimentary bag transfer from the Start Line to the mountaintop
  • Aid station at the Finish Line - includes hydration and snacks
  • Live DJ music and awards ceremony on the mountaintop
  • Portion of each registration fee donated to North Shore Rescue 

North Shore Rescue is a volunteer community-based search and rescue team providing a life-saving service to the public, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Established in 1965, it is one of the oldest search and rescue teams in Canada. The team consists of approximately 50 volunteers skilled in search and rescue operations in mountain, canyon and urban settings and responds to 130 calls per year.



Thank you to our event sponsors!