A self-guided or interpretive walking tour through the forests of Grouse Mountain offers a unique encounter with the great natural resources of British Columbia. Witness the majesty of local tree species, the traditional First Nations architecture of the híwus feasthouse, and the grandeur of two orphaned grizzly bears in the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife. Along the way, be sure to marvel at the 16-foot chainsaw sculptures of Glen Greenside's Tribute to the Forest.
45-minute walks begin at 11:00am, 1:00pm, 2:30pm and 4:00pm. Tours meet at the large map kiosk outside the Chalet.
Guided Eco-Walks are included with any Alpine Experience
ticket or Annual Local's Pass.