Summer is in full swing at Grouse Mountain and Father's Day weekend is a great time to experience all that's available. Whether your Dad is a charitable-giver, a thrill-seeker or a wildlife-lover, there is something sure to fit just right.
For the hiking-aficionado Dad, Grouse Mountain is hosting two fabulous events on the Grouse Grind this Father’s Day Weekend. On Saturday, June 14 it’s Whistler Water One Climb
. A climb-at-your-own-pace event that is suitable for fit kids and parents alike, One Climb raises funds for Free the Children’s Kenyan water projects. Then, on Sunday, June 15 it is the 11th-annual Seek the Peak event. At 16kms in length, Seek the Peak
raises heart rates as well as raising valuable funds for the BC Cancer Foundation’s Breast Cancer research and programs. Registration and donations are still available for both events.
Perfect for fauna fans, in summer 2014, Grouse Mountain presents Bear Discovery
. In addition to accessing to the Mountain via round-trip Skyride, the World Famous Lumberjack Show and Birds in Motion Demonstration, learn all about these magnificent creatures and meet orphaned Grizzlies Grinder & Coola. Take your Father’s Day weekend experience to the next level with a special Breakfast with the Bears experience where we take you behind the scenes with our Rangers and follow-up the breakfast feeding with a scrumptious breakfast for you. Pre-booking is required, so please call 604.980.9311 today or book online
If adrenaline-junkie better describes your Dad, then Mountain Ziplines might be just the ticket. Our five-line experience includes an over water line and the opportunity to reach speeds of up to 80 kms per hour. Learn more here
. Not quite thrilling enough? How about a helicopter tour
with our partner Blackcomb Aviation? A variety of tours are available to show Dad the majesty of the Coastal Mountains from the air.
Of course, if kick-back-and-relax best describes your Dad then a chilled out meal with the family might be just the ticket. Altitudes Bistro
’s patio offers stunning views and loads of menu choices. Gee, wasn’t that easy?