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Grouse Mountain Admission Ticket

Grouse Mountain Admission Ticket

Grouse Mountain, The Peak of Vancouver, offers a host of mountaintop experiences all for visitors and locals alike emphasizing nature, adventure and culture.

Just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, guests experience panoramic views of the city, sea and mountains and action-packed adventure. Grouse Mountain is Vancouver's "must see" attraction.

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Tour/Activity Details

Length

admission for the day

Time

Hours of Operation:

9:00 am to 10:00 pm daily

Child rate applies to persons under 19. This tour does NOT include hotel pickup. Rates are in US Dollars and include all taxes. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

Description

Grouse Mountain Admission includes complimentary:

  • Skyride tram trip to the top the mountain & Year-round access to the Theatre in the Sky
  • In the summer months, scenic chair rides, Birds in Motion demonstrations, The World Famous Lumberjack Show presented by Kodak, guided Eco-Walks through an Alpine forest, Grouse Mountain's Refuge for Endangered Wildlife (Grizzly Bear viewing) and much more.
  • In the winter months, access to 10 kilometers of snowshoe trails, 8000 square foot outdoor ice-skating pond, sleigh rides and Peak of Christmas festivities in the winter months.

COMPLIMENTARY:

  • Theatre in the SkyThe Theatre in the Sky offers Canada's first high-definition electronic cinema. The feature presentation shown at the top of the hour in the 110-seat theatre is Born to Fly which takes visitors on a dramatic aerial adventure through an eagle's perspective, exploring four-seasons of scenery, recreation, travel and the natural wonders of Canada's pacific province, British Columbia. At the bottom of the hour, watch Discovery Channel's Animal Tracks: Baby Grizzlies. The feature tells the story of Grinder and Coola and follows their journey to the Grouse Mountain Refuge for Endangered Wildlife.
  • Scenic Chair Rides -?The adventure continues as spectacular views of the lower mainland unfold on a relaxing chair lift ride. Don't forget your camera!
  • Birds in Motion Demonstrations -?Prepare to be amazed by the swiftness and accuracy of the fastest birds in the world. Falcons, eagles, owls and hawks demonstrate their incredible vision, precision, and hunting skills while flying free at Blueberry Bowl.
  • Grouse Mountain's World Famous Lumberjack Show -?Grouse Mountain's Lumberjack Show features a crew of champion performers showcasing their skills atop Grouse Mountain. An impressive outdoor set features two logging camps from the early 1900s, where Johnny Nelson from the Green River logging camp prepares to battle Willie McGee from Blue Mountain to determine the top lumberjack. The 45-minute show offers fast paced entertainment and features log rolling, a 60-foot tree climb, two-man peg and raker saws, axe throwing, and an exciting springboard chop - the only three-board event in North America.
  • Grouse Mountain Refuge for Endangered Wildlife -?Visit the Grouse Mountain Refuge for Endangered Wildlife, an innovative and groundbreaking ecological initiative that currently provides a home and a second chance at life for two orphaned grizzly bear cubs. Observe the cubs as they climb trees side-by-side, hunt for berries and roam their 5-acre mountaintop wetland. Our wildlife rangers conduct several interactive talks daily, enlightening visitors about the challenges and opportunities faced by Grinder, Coola, and other endangered species. The ultimate aim of the Wildlife Refuge is to develop a protocol for the rehabilitation of future orphaned grizzly cubs.
  • Guided Interpretive Walk -?Learn about local flora and fauna, the history of Grouse Mountain and the local geology of the North Shore Mountains. This 45-minute walk with a knowledgeable Grouse Mountain guide will take you across the mountain plateau and the serene Blue Grouse Lake area, home of the h?wus feasthouse and cultural centre.
  • Mountaintop Eco Walk -?A self-guided or interpretive walking tour through the forests of Grouse Mountain offers a unique encounter with the great natural resources of British Columbia. Witness the majesty of local tree species, the traditional First Nations architecture of the hiwus feasthouse, and the grandeur of two orphaned grizzly bears in the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife. Along the way, be sure to marvel at the 16-foot chainsaw sculptures of Glen Greensides Tribute to the Forest.

Child rate applies to persons under 19. This tour does NOT include hotel pickup. Rates are in US Dollars and include all taxes. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

Cancellation Policy

There are no refunds. All sales are final.

Change policy

If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can only be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.

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Rates All rates are in US Dollars

Event Date:

September 22, 2017

Desired Time:

09:00 AM