Feel the wind on your face as you travel 1,610m on the rooftop of the Grouse Mountain Super Skyride!
During our Green Season (usually May-October), Alpine Experience tickets include a scenic round trip Skyride, Lumberjack Shows, Birds in Motion demonstrations, Ranger Talks at the Bear Habitat, and more.
Witness some of nature's finest athletes demonstrate what they do best - "free flight". Included with the Alpine Experience Ticket.
A day when every moment is designed to take your breath away.
Book your family for an amazing breakfast experience at Grouse Mountain!
Field trips made to suit everyone's needs. Build your perfect day at Grouse Mountain.
One Mountain, endless adventures! Where wilderness meets adventure, adventure meets nature and both memories and friends are made to keep.
Join us for our first annual Winter Camps Reunion!. Did you attend one of Grouse Mountain's Adventure Camps this past...
BC Educators are invited to join us on Friday, October 24th, 2014.
Join our Education team and learn all that...
BC educators are invited to join us Fri. Oct. 25.
Join our Education team and learn all that Grouse Mountain has to...
Treat your child to a day of glowing adventures.
This day full of action packed adventure will leave your kids...
Kids 5-12 can enjoy a Mountain of fun.
Join in a snow build, learn about tracking wildlife, meet our resident Barn...
BC educators are invited to join us Fri. Oct. 19.
Join the Grouse Mountain Education team for an amazing day of...
Support Pink Shirt Day and a local classroom will win.
Grouse Mountain is a place where kids find a voice of their...
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Please be aware that the Snowshoe Grind is currently on standby. Blue Grouse Lake remains open so come on up and enjoy the beautiful weather! All other trails are now closed for the season.
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