With admission to Grouse Mountain, just north of downtown Vancouver, you can enjoy panoramic views as you travel to the alpine aboard the Skyride – one of North America’s largest aerial tramways. When you arrive at the top, take part in a wide variety of outdoor adventure, cultural activities and education experiences. In summer, see wildlife like bears and owls, and enjoy fabulous views of the forest and Vancouver. In winter, enjoy adventures including the stunning Light Walk, Sliding Zone, outdoor skating pond, or give snowshoeing a try on an array of trails. Skates, sleds and snowshoes are available for rent (additional cost). Grouse Mountain transforms into Vancouver's North Pole from November 23 to January 6 - visit Santa in his workshop, see real live reindeer, vote for your favourite Gingerbread Village creation and so much more.
See the jaw-dropping majestic nature of British Columbia unfold you ascend via aerial tram to the summit of Grouse Mountain. Rising 4,100 feet (1,250 metres) above Vancouver and just 15 minutes from the city’s downtown core a vast alpine playground awaits. Featuring a wildlife refuge, variety of dining options, thrilling outdoor adventure, summer activities galore and the best in local snow sports, Grouse Mountain is the Lower Mainland’s most visited attraction. Enjoy the many activities included in your selected ticket option, and check out other optional activities like Zipline Tours, Mountain Ropes Adventure, Paragliding and more if you wish (own expense).Step onto the iconic red Skyride tram to be whisked towards the Peak Chalet during a scenic 1-mile (1.6-km) ride up the steep and forested slopes of Grouse Mountain. Take in fascinating panoramic views of the city skyline, the ships in the harbour, the Straight of Georgia, and even Vancouver Island.Enjoy a variety of winter adventure including the stunning light installations on the enchanting Light Walk, speed down the slopes at the Sliding Zone, lace up a pair of ice skates and go for a spin on the outdoor skating pond, or give snowshoeing a try on an array of diverse trails.In the summertime, explore the natural surroundings and take in the stunning panoramic view, check out the World Famous Lumberjack Show or visit the Mountain’s two resident Grizzly bears at the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife. Before you leave, be sure to check out what's showing at the Theatre in the Sky to get a whole new perspective on beautiful British Columbia.