Grouse Mountain is located in North Vancouver, 1200 meters above sea level. It was named after the blue grouse found on the mountain in 1894. The first hotel on the mountain was built by the Skadinavians in 1920, and a cable car was built in 1949. It was accidentally destroyed by a fire in 1962, and then the BC provincial government funded the construction of a new one. In 1976, the mountain was reached by the McLaughlin family, the former owner. Later, the cable car was named the Olympic number after several repairs. Grouse Mountain’s most famous hiking trail is the Grind Hiking Trail, which is about 2.9 miles long. After arriving, you can watch the bears and wolves in the safari park. You can also participate in game activities in the park, including high-altitude ropes, wooden house climbing and other projects. 🚌Transportation: First, take the Skyline Skyline train to Waterfront Marina Station, then walk across the sky bridge and transfer to Seabus to Lonsdale Quay. You can get there in fifteen minutes, and there is a coastal market to stroll around. Then take the No. 236 bus that goes directly to Grouse Mountain. 🎫Tickets: 60 Canadian dollars, including attraction tickets and cable car tickets up and down the mountain, the price may be different in low and peak seasons. 🍔Dining: After the cable car arrives, there is a rest area where you can buy coffee ☕️ bread 🥯 and other simple meals. There is also an upscale restaurant where visitors can taste local cuisine. ⚠️Note: There is a slight temperature difference up and down the mountain, so you can wear a professional jacket. You can also bring mineral water, a thermos cup of hot tea, coffee, etc. You can also bring some snacks such as bread. Friends who have motion sickness and seasick can bring motion sickness medicine. Friends who are afraid of heights can hike up the mountain without taking the cable car🚠
Come ski, hike and just enjoy the beautiful Grouse Mountain :)
A place where you can hike up a mountain. When you reach the top there's a gift shop and restaurant.
It was the first time I had my head in the clouds - literally! If you're tough enough try hiking up the mountain. Many make it, many don't. For the rest of us, the lift is just fine. At the top there are black bears, zip lining, ski lifts and other interesting things to do. Overall, Grouse Mountain is great for someone who loves the outdoors and a little adventure.