After this weekend’s intense heatwave, the temperature is finally dropping in BC and following a short break, we have now resumed summer adventures and activities on top of the mountain including the Lumberjack Show, Peak Chair, Mountain Ziplines and Mountain Ropes Adventure.
In light of yesterday’s announcement that the province will be moving to Step 3 of the BC Restart Plan beginning tomorrow (1 July), we have some operational updates:
Masks will continue to be mandatory on the Skyride and advance reservations are still required. Masks will also be mandatory for the orientation portion of Mountain Ropes Adventure and Mountain Ziplines.
- No restrictions on group/table size while dining at Lupins, The Rusty Rail, and Altitudes Bistro
- We are now accepting cash
- Masks are recommended in all indoor areas
Indoor gatherings of 50 or 50% of space capacity (whichever is greater) are now permitted in BC, meaning that larger functions such as weddings or corporate events can also take place. For more information on how to book your wedding, meeting, or team building event at Grouse Mountain, visit here.
We look forward to seeing you on the mountain this summer!