Please be advised, Altitudes Bistro will be closing at 2:15pm today, Saturday March 2nd, for a private event. 
Please be advised, due to all the fresh snow, it is a busier day here at Grouse Mountain and recommend carpooling or taking public transit to keep excitement levels high!
Due to limited terrain, some Snow School lessons are not running. Please check Today on Grouse - Lessons for up to date information.   

International Day Camps

Adventure Camps

Grouse Mountain Adventure Camps offer the perfect opportunity for international students to join local youth on adventures in the mountains overlooking Vancouver. Camp activities explore, native wildlife, British Columbian culture and adventure activities.

Camps are available for a single day or a week long program and are suitable for international students aged 5-14 years old.

Experience the magic of the Mountain. Led by our experienced Grouse Mountain Camp Leaders, our camps offer a unique world of excitement, Monday through Friday. This fun and active experience will teach outdoor survival skills, environmental awareness/appreciation and share local cultural and knowledge of wildlife biology.

During the summer months, July through September, the program includes rock climbing, archery, a cultural presentation, a lumberjack show interactions with our Grizzly Bears and resident owls. 

During the winter, December through April we play in a beautiful winter wonderland. Camp groups build igloos, snow slides, snowshoe, ice skating, bake bread on a stick and meet our resident owl. 

During May-June and October-November Camp activities will be customized based on the condition on the mountain. 

Junior Camp (5-7)

With a focus on nature, adventure, discovery, crafts, environment, survival skills, Wildlife Rangers, bears and owls, your experience at Grouse Mountain is bound to be great.

Adventure Camp (8-14)

Learn about nature, survival, birds, archery, rock climb, ranger skills, team-building, shelter building and more!

Lumberjack Show

Youth Venture (12-14)

Gain leadership skills, survival skills, try your hand at archery or rock climbing, hiking, ziplining, learn navigation skills and mountain safety.

Did you know we also have a field trip program for international school groups? Click here to learn more.