Took the Skyride Tram up the 3000 ft to the top of Grouse Mountain, great views from the ride up and when you reach the Peak.. Close to downtown Vancouver offers night skiing and some nice runs off th...
Great place to visit. Once you are on the top, there is an option to go higher for visiting the eye of the wind. There are beautiful trains for hiking and the view of the Vancouver city from there is ...
Tried the “snowshoe grind” trail. The map was easy to follow and it took us about 4 hours to complete that trail. There were some steep parts but it’s cool, just gotta be careful. Super great experien...
I had little expectations around this highly popular and touristy mountain. I was very surprised to see how exciting and beautiful it is up in the mountain. It’s not just for skiing or snowboarding, b...
Grosemountain, less than half an hour's drive from the city center, is an ideal place to breathe the fresh air from the summit and overlook the magnificent scenery of Vancouver, and a paradise for outdoor sports all year round. From watching the woodcutter show, having breakfast with brown bears, challenging mountain bikes or mountain slides, to experiencing winter skiing and all
15 minutes north of downtown Vancouver, you will reach Grouse Mountain. In fact, the name is even more lovely - Songji Mountain, yes, this mountain is named because there are many grouse in the coniferous forest on the mountain. But there are more wild animals on the Graus Mountain, but more than grouse. I saw it with squirrels, owls and black bears. I didnt see hummingbirds, pine scorpions, reindeer, pikas, The coyotes...
Upper Mountain Super Skyride is the largest cable car I have ever had before, and a car can hold about 70 or 80 people. When the weather is warm, even the top of the cable car can stand up to ten people - of course, the safety rope. Waiting for the summit, you can see the panoramic view of the impressive Vancouver city, the sparkling sea and the snow-capped peaks in the distance.
Spring, summer and autumn, the mountain trails with different strengths and mountain rope adventures are a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. The best is the canopy adventure for children, looking at the age of four or five. The little guys, from hesitation to courage, finally floated happily on the ropes between the tree houses, and they were quite "burning".
Winter mountain avatars in the snowy fairyland, the Vancouver people who work off the car to snowboard to slide the night is their usual life. As for the 900-pound brown bear - the weight does not affect the sharpness of its eyes and the agility of the movement, as well as the cute "Hedwig", the locals are used to it, but we are excited about these tourists
If you are looking for fresh mountain air and a little adventure while touring Vancouver, consider making a stop at Grouse Mountain. This ski resort is located only 15 minutes from downtown and offers an array of exciting activities. Grouse Mountain features 26 ski and snowboard runs, 14 night runs and four chairlifts. If snowshoeing is more of your sport, you are sure to enjoy the 10 km of beautiful, groomed trails. For a truly memorable experience, catch a sleigh ride through serene snow covered forests. When you are ready to come in from the cold, enjoy a hot beverage at one of the coffee shops or relax by the warm fireplace in the Peak Chalet.
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