Please note that Grouse Mountain will be closed for scheduled annual maintenance from October 11-28. There will be no access to the Skyride and mountaintop facilities or activities during this time.
For information on activity status and dining options, please check Today on Grouse

Additional Programs

Bring your students for a day of adventure

Extended Programs

Do you have the opportunity to visit us longer than our regular five hour program? We can extend the length of your guided program by 1-2 hours and add on activities of your choice. The additional charge is just $5/student/hour. Alternatively, you can switch to a self-guided program and explore the mountain on your own. Visit our programs page to see your options.
*excludes Ziplines and Helicopter Tours – please ask sales rep for prices.

International Programs

This program offers international students a mix of our most popular activities. Green Season programs run May-October, White Season programs run December-April.

Homestay Programs

We understand that Homestay organizations operate on a more personal level and we want to give your students a great field trip! We offer years of experience, smaller group sizes and tailored programs to fit the grade levels and needs of your students and families. This helps ensure everyone receives the attention and learning opportunities they deserve, but still allows us to adapt each situation to your specific needs. Contact us at for details.

Adult/Family Education

Do you remember what it was like as a child to get out of the classroom and go explore? If you never came to Grouse Mountain as a student, here is your perfect opportunity to come see what all the rave is about! Join us as we travel on our Super Skyride high above towering Douglas firs, take in breathtaking views of the city of Vancouver, sparkling Pacific Ocean, Gulf Islands, and snowy mountain peaks! North America's largest aerial tramway system is your gateway to the majestic nature of The Peak of Vancouver. Once up top, we will take your group on an Ecowalk through our beautiful forest to visit a traditional First Nation’s Feasthouse. There you will join our Elder, Kwel-A-A-Nexw, in a drumming circle and experience the power and serenity of traditional drumming. Afterwards, we will visit Cleo and Blizzard, our fascinating resident Owls, or Grinder and Coola, our majestic resident Grizzlies. These wildlife ambassadors will inspire you as we share their story and how they came to live on Grouse Mountain.


Explore Grouse Mountain at your leisure. Your General Admission ticket includes a host of mountaintop activities for your class to enjoy. 

Self-guided School Group pricing is available with advanced bookings only. Rates do not include a guide and apply only to school groups of 15 or more paying students. Available to Lower Mainland school-aged groups Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm.

Peak of Christmas

Our exciting new program for our Peak of Christmas starts last week of November and runs through the Christmas Holiday period, with lots of great ways to engage your students in the magic of the holidays: Peek at Santa in his workshop, visit live reindeer, snow-flea discovery, scavenger hunt, snow play and more!

Flexible Site Inspections

It’s hard to find one day that works for all teachers! So, as an alternative to our Teacher Open House, Grouse Mountain is offering flexible, three hour site inspections daily throughout the year, during the hours of 9am-3pm. Pre-registration requires a minimum of 10 teachers, support or administrative staff, with a valid school district e-mail address from each registrant.
Program options are: 
A. Education orientation tour including a 20 minute visit to the hiwus Feasthouse and Ecowalk or snowshoe tour, depending on the season (snowshoe rentals* provided)
Mountain orientation tour and ski/snowboard tour. (ski/snowboard rentals* provided) 
As one of our green initiatives, we encourage car-pooling. One complimentary day parking pass will be provided for every 3 people. Bookings subject to availability. (*waiver & credit card required for damage deposit)

Teacher Open House

Join us in October for our annual Fall Teacher Open House, here at Grouse Mountain, and we will share with you the wonder of our mountain!
This year featuring special programming by WildBC including hands on learning stations and tutorials on how to apply for their education grants of up to $600!
Mark your calendar: October 20, 2017

Field Trip Fair

We are always present at the BC Field Trip Fair held every September. Come by and talk to us about building your special day.
Eye of the Wind

Post secondary Programs

Experience hands-on problem solving and learning with three of our most popular programs that are perfect for your post-secondary class: 
  • Sustainability in Motion 
  • Teen Team Building 
  • Tourism Sneak Peek 

Guided Mountain Ziplines

Our dual-line, five-line circuit gives you an adrenaline-pumping tour across the peaks and canyons of Grouse and Dam Mountains. 

Tour Duration: 2 hrs

Participants must weigh between 32kg (70lbs) and 113kg (250lbs).

Booking Information

To book your activity date:
  • Choose the date(s) that suit your group’s schedule. 
  • Determine the number of students and accompanying adults in your group. To qualify for pricing group must consist of 85% school-aged students.
  • $125 deposit is required upon booking. Cheques are payable to Grouse Mountain Resorts LP. Credit card payments also accepted.
  • Contact us at 604.980.9311 or or use our online booking form below.
  • Upon receipt of your booking, we will send you a booking confirmation and a code of conduct contract. Both copies must be signed and returned with deposit before booking is considered guaranteed. Return by email.
  • Groups may bring their own lunch from home, or purchase lunch from Lupins Cafe. Due to volume in the summer we strongly recommend pre-ordering. If you would like to pre-order please request form upon booking.