After the grouse grind you get rewarded with great views of vancouver and grizzly bears!!! You can take the gondola up but that wouldn't be as fun.
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About Grouse Mountain
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Prior to our arrival in VC, I'd heard nothing about Grouse Mtn......but we wanted to spend a bit of time outside the city and this did not disappoint. We (unfortunately) elected this activity on a day that was COLD and raining, but we still loved...More
You go up in gondolas which hold about 90 people. They run every 15 minutes and take 8 minutes to go up. On the top there is a lumberjack show and the two orphaned resident grizzly bears. Follow the white painted paw prints to their...More
Prepare for a whole day of enjoyment and meander: see grizzlies in their 5 acre habitat, watch a comic lumberjack show and see the raptors fly: The gondola and chairlift ride are great but you can also hike some or all of the way.
Take the SKYRIDE gondola to the top and whether you want to just enjoy the view or take in the entertainment don't miss Grouse Mt. Don't be surprised to find the temps warmer than downtown Vancouver because you are away from the water. Good for...More
we purchased our tickets at Canada Place and got the free shuttle bus which leaves from Canada Place and takes about 20 minutes to get to Grouse Mountain. Because we already had our tickets we didn't have to queue up when we got there which...More
Grouse Mountain was easy to access from Downtown Vancouver using the local bus (and very cheap). The mountain was covered in a light mist when we got there and we were able to see fabulous views of Vancouver as we ascended in the gondola. There...More
There is not a whole lot to do in Vancouver, so visiting Grouse Mountain if you have half a day is worth it. The gondola, the bears, the views and the shows are all super touristy, but a nice experience nonetheless. Catch the free shuttle...More
My husband and I spent a few hours at Grouse Mountain. There was lots to see and do and we covered everything. We saw the bears, saw the bird show, the lumber show and we even tried the zipline. The zipline was probably the most...More