Just 15 minutes from downtown, Vancouver's premier attraction offers the perfect destination for a truly rewarding and memorable experience. With a variety of cultural, educational and outdoor adventures to choose from, there’s something for every member of the family.
Kids Pro D Day Adventure Camps will engage your child throughout the seasons with outdoor exploration, animal behaviour, and mountain rescue and discovery. Your camper will make friends, play and connect with nature.
For more information, visit grousemountain.com/camps or call 604.980.9311.
Grouse Mountain was named by the first recorded hikers to reach the summit in October 1894. In those days, climbing Grouse Mountain was a three or four day epic journey - there was no bridge across Burrard Inlet and no road to the base. The hardy group of hikers slogged through snow, scrambled over rock and up through the dense forest. Blue Grouse were plentiful on the slopes and came to be the namesake of "Grouse Mountain".
For over 100 years Grouse Mountain has attracted intrepid hikers, sightseers, and outdoor enthusiasts. Today, a visit to Grouse Mountain begins on the Super Skyride aerial tramway, ascending nearly one mile to the Peak Chalet. Grouse Mountain honours its history as a showcase of British Columbia sport, wildlife, natural environment and economy with its Refuge for Endangered Wildlife, World Famous Lumberjack Show, Eye of the Wind turbine, Birds in Motion Demonstration, hiking trails and, of course, skiing and snowboarding. “The Cut”, Grouse Mountain’s iconic ski run, overlooks the city and is perhaps the best known ski run on Vancouver’s North Shore.