Grouse Mountain, Vancouver
About Grouse Mountain, Vancouver
Grouse Mountain, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC V7R 4K9, Canada
Ticket Price: 40 CAD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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The North Shore Mountains in Vancouver are a range of beautiful green mountains that are worth visiting near the city. Grouse Mountain is perhaps the most popular and easy to visit amongst them. The Mountain is about 4000 feet in height. And if you are not up for scaling it, don’t worry; you can just take a ride in one of the chairlifts that make the whole thing a thrilling experience.
The Mountain looks and feels starkly different in summer and winter and is more than worth a visit in both the seasons. In both the seasons you can go up in the chair lift but in Summer you will additionally find the Grouse Mountain road trail if you are up for it. There are also special shows in summer which are worth visiting. But the real fun of going to Grouse Mountain is when it is seasoned with white snow in winter.
Standing at 4000 feet, the Grouse Mountain is one of the most popular peaks of the North Shore Mountains of Vancouver. You have the option of going up walking or on chairlifts, while enjoying a scenic view of the whole ranges. Tickets for Grouse Mountain chairlifts and other touring options are available online and at the spot. If you wish to avoid long queues it is best to buy tickets or Grouse Mountain beforehand from out ticketing platform. You can also check Grouse Mountain ticket prices here and combine Grouse Mountain tickets with other touring options for great deals.
Grouse Mountain Information
- Self-guided walking tours are also available.
Grouse Mountain Opening and Closing Hours
- Holiday hours of the mountain : 8:30am–6:00pm (24th December) & 8:30am–8:00pm (25th December)
- Skyride (round trips): 8:45am–10:00pm
- In summer, skyride starts at 7:30 am.
- Guided eco-walk tours ( May to September): 11:00am, 1:00pm, 2:30pm, 4:00pm
How To reach Grouse Mountain by Public Transport
- Bus 232 to Phibbs Exchange
Restaurants Near Grouse Mountain
- The Observatory
- Altitudes Bistro
- Earls Restaurant
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Grouse Mountain, Vancouver Reviews - Write a Review
Awesome views. It's most economical to get the full pass at the bottom if you plan to go to the top of the windmill. You can walk up the hill after the trolley ride and avoid paying for the ski lift ride if you want. Lumber jack show was well done very funny and entertaining. Pet grouse at top of mountain was following a guy around it was funny to see. I let it peck at my hand, it was cool.
I wanted to give a rating of 0 stars out of 5 but that was not an option. What a waste of time and money. I paid $50 for a lift ticket and there is absolutely nothing to do once you get up there. Everything is over priced, and some of the staff are quite rude. The skating rink is terrible, the walk ways are dangerous, and the food is expensive. The only thing to do was watch a 2010 national geographic movie about bears.... This is supposed to be a major attraction of Vancouver, instead its just a major disappointment. Grouse mountain should be ashamed. If your not doing alpine activities, there is nothing to do, and if you are doing alpine activities, spend the extra money and go to Cypress or Whistler. I'll never go back.
We have visited the mountain on early ski season, still great enough for both beginning and advanced skiers. Besides the ski activities, the view for Great Vancouver metropolitan is also spectacular. The only disappointed thing is the bear went to sleep during our visit. Beware that the ski package rental is not included any pants and jackets. You need to bring your own or rent extra.
Highly recommended hike for anyone interested in sweating out stairs, rocks, roots, trails, and steep inclines. Don't wear flip flops! I saw some on the trail. One way trail. No turning back. Plenty of amenities at the top. None on the trail. Bring plenty of water. Shady but tough uneven uphill trek.
Accessible by free shuttle leaving from Canada place. The hike is steep and kinda hard, but so worth it. We all appreciated the drink on the top, with the stunning view. The descent in cable car is 10$, and believe me your legs will thank you for paying that ride!
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