There are easy slopes at the Screaming Eagle and the Greenway Chair. Beginners will find what they are looking for here. Those that are a bit more experienced can also try the Blueberry Bowl. A people mover is also available.
Is grouse a good mountain?
(1) Overall, Grouse Mountain is one of the most expensive ski resorts in the country and not worth the money, (3) overall represents average value for money, (5) overall offers the best value resort in the country.
Is Grouse or Cypress better for skiing?
Cypress has the most elevation and the longest runs. It also has the most lifts, so you have more options on the terrain. I like the skiing better at Cypress. Grouse is fairly steep and challenging, so if you are a beginner or even lower intermediate skiier, you might find the runs are intimidating.
What is Grouse Mountain known for?
As Vancouver’s most popular attraction, Grouse Mountain is the only truly four-season destination in the lower mainland and features a wildlife refuge, vast selection of dining options, thrilling outdoor adventure, summer activities galore, the best in local snow sports…and much more.
How long do people spend at Grouse Mountain?
Some people take two hours or more although an average time is 1.5 hours. The official record holder has done it in 23 minutes and 48 seconds. Who does the Grouse Grind? The Grouse Grind is recommended for anyone who is reasonably fit and up for a challenge.
How long is the cut on Grouse Mountain?
Ski runs: blue
|Paper Trail||3031 ft||0.43 mi|
|Peak||3707 ft||0.18 mi|
|Side Cut||3264 ft||0.27 mi|
|Skyline||3045 ft||0.51 mi|
Is Cypress higher than Seymour?
It has more than double the runs of either Grouse or Seymour, twice the vertical, and triple the skiable terrain. It was no surprise the 2010 Winter Olympics chose Cypress as the local venue for its freestyle skiing and snowboarding events.
Is the Grouse Grind difficult?
At 2.5 km, the Grouse Grind Trail is not long, but because it is so steep it makes for a difficult and strenuous outing. Much of the trail has wooden or rock steps (about 2,830 in total) and is often referred to as Mother Nature’s Stairmaster.