Grouse Mountain will be closed for scheduled maintenance on various dates this month: Monday, April 15, Monday, April 22, Tuesday, April 23, and Thursday, April 25. There will be no access to the Skyride and mountaintop facilities on these dates.
For information on today's activities and dining options, please visit Today on Grouse

International Program

Green Season
(may-October)

Enjoy a walk through our beautiful West Coast forest to a scenic chair ride up the mountain to take in the spectacular view at the Peak of Vancouver! While there, students will tour Eye of the Wind, with stunning 360 degree views of the Lower Mainland and Coastal Mountains! After that it’s off to visit Grinder and Coola, our full grown, adult male Grizzlies, and onto the Chalet to explore our shops, have a meal or a snack at one of our many restaurants, and visit Theatre in the Sky. Feeling refreshed, the students will take part in an interactive First Nation’s drumming circle in our traditional Feasthouse, then enjoy the antics of our ever popular Lumberjack Show!

Awesome Summer Adventure Schedule:
9:00 Arrival
9:30 Skyride 
9:45 Ecowalk by Blue Grouse Lake 
10:15 Scenic Chair Ride to Peak of Vancouver 
10:45 Eye of the Wind Tour 
11:30 Grizzly Habitat 
12:00 Chalet Visit – lunch, snacks, shopping 
1:15 First Nation’s Drumming Circle 
2:00 Lumberjack Show 
3:00 Skyride and Departure

Grouse Mountain 8000 square foot skating pond.

White Season
(April-December)

Bring your students to experience the joy and wonder of the outdoors. “Winter Wonderland Adventure” combines our most popular winter activities: an interactive First Nation’s drumming circle in the Feasthouse, a snowshoe tour through the serene beauty of a natural winter playground, skating on our Mountaintop ice rink, and a visit with one of our beautiful Wildlife Ambassadors – Cleo the Barn Owl, or Blizzard the Snowy Owl.

Winter Wonderland Schedule
9:00 Arrival
9:30 Skyride
9:45 Chalet – snacks, shopping, washroom break
10:30 Snowshoe Tour around Blue Grouse Lake
11:00 First Nation’s Drumming Circle
12:15 Lunch
1:15 Wildlife Ambassador “Owl” visit 
1:30 Skating on Mountain Top Ice Rink 
2:30 Sliding Zone or Snowplay
3:00 Skyride and Departure 

*guests may bring a bagged lunch or pre-order lunch at the Chalet *Sequence of activities may vary, timing is based on a class of 30 students, shorter timelines may result in decreased activities