Escape to the picturesque alpine landscape just outside Vancouver with this admission to Grouse Mountain, a cultural and outdoor park that's perfect for the whole family. Enjoy the chance to observe endangered animals like owls and bears, or watch the park's collection of birds of prey as they soar through the air. You can also enjoy a ride on one of the longest aerial trams in North America, go snowshoeing, and watch a lumberjack show, plus much more. Along with your Grouse Mountain admission, a shuttle is available (first-come first-serve basis) from downtown Vancouver and ride on the park's peak chairlift.
Admission to Grouse Mountain
Find yourself in British Columbia’s beautiful alpine landscape just 8 miles north of Vancouver
Enjoy a trip on the Skyride aerial tram
See bears, wolves and other wildlife
Watch a wildlife film, Lumberjack Show or Birds in Motion demonstration
Round-trip shuttle from downtown Vancouver is available
Escape from Vancouver for a few hours with a visit to Grouse Mountain a year-round theme park celebrating the outdoor and cultural heritage of British Columbia. Get up close and personal with some of the region's incredible wildlife and enjoy fun shows, rides and exhibits, all set among the beautiful forests near Vancouver.
Start your visit by making your own way to Grouse Mountain, located just 8 miles (13km) from Vancouver at your leisure. If you wish, take advantage of the park's complimentary round-trip shuttle from downtown. The shuttle service is based on a first-come first-serve basis and is not guaranteed. The park is open from 9am to 10pm daily. Upon arrival at the park make your way inside, spending as much time as you like enjoying the diverse activities and shows on offer. You can also add in additional park activities including paragliding and ziplining at your own expense.
Peak Experience ticket Your purchase of the "Peak Experience" ticket offers access to a variety of Grouse Mountain amenities. Check out the 45-minute Lumberjack Show, performed in a 1900s-style logging camp. Or head to the Birds in Motion show, where you can observe these graceful aviary hunters as they soar through the air. Meanwhile over at the Wildlife Refuge, a ranger gives talks about the region's indigenous species including bears and other alpine creatures. During summer you can also take a trip on the Peak Chairlift, a summer attraction offering bird's-eye views of the mountain via an on-site ski lift.
During the winter you'll also enjoying ice skating at the park's outdoor rink, sleigh rides and trails for snowshoeing. A December "Peak of Christmas" celebration helps add to the holiday spirit.
Whatever time of year you visit, you admission also includes nature movies at the Theatre in the Sky, Peak Chalet access and round-trips on the Skyride, a 1-mile (1.6km) aerial tram offering sublime views of the surrounding area.
A great day at Grouse mountain . Such a majestic view of Vancouver from the top. I lived the talented bird show execsilly the eagle. Also the lumberman show was very humorous especially the tourist character going up the pole and doing a handstand at the top and instead of falling to the ground ziplinjng to his exit.
Everything that the Grouse Mountain offered was very good. Gondola and ski lift were scary but worth experiencing how beautiful and grand the nature is. My whole family with 3 older boys enjoyed everything, Lumberjack show was entertaining and bird watching was great.
I am in love with Vancouver / Grouse Mountain now. Will definitely come back in the future.
Excellent tour and for a great price! There was a free shuttle from the city centre to the mountain. The admission ticket granted access to most of the attractions including the lumberjack show, bird show, view of the grizzly bears, eco walks and others. The highlight of the trip was definitely taking the ski lift to the top of the mountain and admiring the view. I also went to the top of the windmill for the 360 degree view which was 15 dollars extra. Great value for money and I would definitely recommend!
One of our second planned things to do while visiting Vancouver. I can't believe you have access to this gem minutes from downtown. It was very beautiful however the cost and the return was a little off balance for us.
We caught the free shuttle from Canada Place get in early, saw the bears having a snooze in the pool, got some great photos. The bird demo and lumberjack show were great. We walked the Eco tour with a very informative guide. The only down side was the food ques and you needed toile fast fried food. Gtreat day recommend it