Please be advised that due to high winds, the Skyride is currently closed today, September 25th. Please check the website for the status of our operations prior to your visit. 
Grouse Grind Trail upgrade work is underway. For information on how to access the BCMC trail, please visit: 
Please be advised Altitudes Bistro will be closed today, Monday September 25th for a private event. Grill Board at Grouse Grind Coffee Bar will be open from 5:00pm - 9:00pm.

A Cut Above the Rest

Grouse Mountain's Terrain Parks

Grouse Mountain Terrain Parks

Grouse Mountain is home to up to four terrain parks that attract skiers and riders of all ability levels and ages from across BC and around the world. Whether you are new to freestyle terrain or you are a seasoned veteran, you will find features that match your ability and progression level.

We are excited to announce the latest enhancement to our popular terrain parks – a Handle Tow in Side Cut Park. The new lift will be 260 metres long and offer access to up to 20 features, eliminating the need for skiers and riders to use the Screaming Eagle Chair. Installation of the Handle Tow has begun with a projected opening during the 2022/23 winter season.

Snowboarder jumping in Grouse Woods™


This terrain park is designated for expert riders and skiers who are looking to work their way up to the highest level of jumping/park riding. ADVANCED TO EXPERT
Grouse Mountain Terrain Parks


This park has small to large snow, rail and box features. It is designated for intermediate riders or skiers that are looking to take their ability to the next step of progression.


Side Cut Park has intermediate to expert features all mixed together form endless combinations. ADVANCED

rookie park

This park is designated for riders and skiers that are looking to get some air and work their way up to the next level of park riding, with small to medium rails, boxed, jibs, hips and jumps.


Paradise Park is designated for beginner riders and skiers that are just learning the basics of terrain parks. This park has small boxes, bumps and jumps.

Tips for Beginners: Remember to start small and never be embarrassed to take a lesson from our excellent Snow School instructors. Helmets highly recommended.