Grouse Mountain is about 1,250 meters high and is located just 15 minutes away from the Vancouver downtown. Grouse Mountain is one of the most prominent and famed tourist place of Canada. This sublime spot features summer and winter activities, thrilling outdoor adventures, snow sports, rich wildlife and vast selection of dining options. Famous as the Peak of Vancouver it is certainly the most quite place of Canada.
Grouse Mountain in WinterHow to get there?Grouse Mountain is just 15 minutes drive from downtown Vancouver, located in the district of North Vancouver. This famous spot is easily and economically accessible by public transit system. The public transit system offers regular service to the bottom of Grouse Mountain every half hour. Catch Bus 232 from Phibbs Exchange or Bus 236 from Lonsdale Quay. For complete schedule and ticket pricing and booking information visit the TransLink website.Things to do in Grouse MountainGrouse mountain is a tourist destination filled with fun activities and attraction for all ages. Whether you are looking for adventure or scenic tour, Grouse Mountain is the perfect place for it when you are in Vancouver. This famous spot offer activities throughout the year and also feature unique and joyful collection of summer and winter activities. Activities throughout the year include super sky-ride, eye of the wind,Theater in the sky, Mountain Zip-lines, dining and wildlife refugee.
Skyride SurfGrouse Mountain experience start with the sky-ride which take visitors up to the alpine station in just 8 minutes. You will droop above the the Douglas firs covering mountains while taking the view of peaks, Pacific Ocean, bay and the Gulf Island. The Eye of the Wind is a large wind turbine, the first in the world to have an elevator accessing a viewpoint. The views from The Eye of the Wind are sensational. Visitors can see all of Vancouver, the Coast Mountains and a vast, green wilderness spread out before you with 360 degree views.
Eye of the WindThe wildlife refugee habitat is comprised of five acre habitat, home to two grizzly bears and many others endangered species. Theater in the sky shows a number of wildlife related movies in rotation throughout the day. The zip-lines on Grouse Mountain will truly take your breath away! Start with the stunning trek around Blue Grouse Lake on the first few lines and then zip at top speeds of 80km/hr across the peaks of Grouse Mountain and Dam Mountain.
Grizzly Bear of Grouse MountainActivities during spring, summer and falls include Paragliding, Disc Golf, The Grouse Grind (90-minute trek), Chairlift rides, Sky-ride Surf Adventure and many shows and programs. While winter Activities Include Skiing, Night Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowshoeing (10km of snowshoe trails), Outdoor Ice Skating, Sleigh Rides and Peak of Christmas.
Ice Skating in WinterHotels and Restaurants nearbyNear to this inspiring tourist spot there are many top quality restaurants and bars. Visitors can dine in at one of the mountain classic restaurants while enjoying stunning views natural beauties and peaks. Top quality restaurants includes The Observatory, Altitude Bistro, Rusty Rail BBQ & Grill, Lupins Café and Après-Ski.For your accommodation and stay there are highly-rated hotels near Grouse Mountain Canada. For full details of hotels inside and nearby according to your budget and requirements, check out here.More Tourist Spots NearbyThere are many other famous tourist spots around once you are in the city of Vancouver. After visiting Grouse Mountain, you can visit the famous Stanley Park, Granville Island, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada Place and many more.Address: 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BCWebsite: For complete information about the Grouse Mountain, different activities, schedules, booking and pricing of tickets, Visit the Official Website.Opening Hours: Daily 9:00AM to 10:00PM