As Vancouver's most popular attraction welcoming 1.5 million guests each year, Grouse Mountain is a four-season destination featuring a wildlife refuge, vast selection of dining options, thrilling outdoor adventures, summer activities and the best in local snow sports
During summer you can participate in the Grouse Grind hike which involves hiking up an elevation of 2529 ft to reach the mountain summit which is a great way to stay active and you'll save money on the gondola fees. During winter Grouse Mountain becomes a slope which you can ski and snowboard on and purchase either a day pass or a season pass.
The construction of the ski resort began in the 1930s with a ski lift. Two double chairlifts followed in 1949 and 1951. A further development step was in 1966 with the opening of the aerial tramway, which leads from North Vancouver to the mountain.
- Turn right out of the hostel and walk down Granville St until you reach Georgia Street.
- Catch bus #246 Highland until you reach NB Capilano Rd @ Woods Drive.
- Switch buses and get on bus #236 Grouse Mountain and stay on until you reach Grouse Mountain @ Skyride.
- Get off and you'll see the entrance to Grouse Mountain.
Approx ~ 50 mins each way | Transit - $3.10 each way | Grouse Mountain - $57.95