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.   

Pathfinders CAMP (Ages 5-7)

Please note: Campers must have turned 5 years old by December 31, 2023. If your child is not of the appropriate age, they will be asked to leave camp without refund.

Grouse Mountain Pathfinders camps provide a unique and fun filled learning experience for kids ages 5-7. Camp programs engage youth in winter outdoor exploration, snow related adventures and activities, BC culture and BC wildlife. Grouse Mountain Adventure camps and leaders are united in the common goals of inspiring youth to spend more time outdoors, experience ‘only here’ activities, make friends, play, connect with nature and discover our beautiful backyard! 

These camps are multi-day, week-long camps (single day camps are also available).
   
Dates:
  • Camp A:  Monday, March 18 - Friday, March 22, 2024
  • Camp B:  Monday, March 25 - Friday, March 29, 2024 

Times:
  • Drop-off at 8:15am 
  • Pick-up at 3:15pm 

Pricing:
5-Day Camp: $445

Weekly Camp Activities:

  • Kids Tree Top Canopy Adventure 
  • Owls
  • Survival skills 
  • Sledding
  • Skating 
  • Snowshoeing
  • First Nations presentation and art
  • Jeopardy
  • Shelter building
  • And more!
*Program highlights subject to change without notice

Camp Check-in and Out 
Camp Check-In is at 8:15am at the base of the mountain, underneath the Red Skyride and in the plaza area, outside Starbucks. You will receive an email in the lead-up to your child’s camp with a check-in number. Once parked, please proceed to your designated check-in number.

Check-out is from the base of the Mountain at 3:15pm. Please proceed to your designated check-in number. 

What to Wear and Bring
  • Mountain conditions change rapidly. Please dress your child in layers and appropriately for the weather. Check Today on Grouse for current Grouse Mountain weather.
  • Camps run snow, rain, or shine and activities will continue outside. Please include waterproof winter jacket, pants, extra socks and layers.
  • We recommend winter or hiking boots. Closed-toed shoes only (no sandals)
  • Pack a hat, toque, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a change of clothes.
  • A reusable water bottle.
  • A backpack
  • Please provide your child with a lunch and snacks that are easy-to-eat outside.

Food and Snacks
All programs stop for snack breaks, water breaks and lunch.
  • All campers must bring a lunch and snacks to camp. No food will be provided or available for purchase.
  • Camps are a ‘Nut Free’ zone. Please help us keep campers safe and refrain from including any food containing nuts.