The Skyride marks the beginning of any Grouse Mountain experience, taking visitors up to the Alpine Station right next to the Peak Chalet, in just 8 minutes.
How much does it cost to take the gondola down Grouse Mountain?
How much does it cost to go up the Grouse Grind? There is no fee to climb the Grouse Grind trail. From the top, the cost to take the Skyride back down is $20.00.
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.
Can you drive up to Grouse Mountain?
Getting to Grouse Mountain
If you’re driving, follow Georgia Street through Stanley Park and across the Lions Gate Bridge. Take the North Vancouver exit to Marine Drive, then left up Capilano Road for 5 kilometres (3 miles). Grouse Mountain is at the end of this road. Alternatively, take transit!
Is the Grouse Mountain Skyride open?
Open daily from 9:00am to 9:00pm.
Grouse Mountain continues to offer must-see, must-do experiences that no visitor to or resident of Vancouver should miss.
How high is the Grouse Grind?
The Grouse Grind Trail is located in North Vancouver, BC. It is a very steep trail that starts at 300 metres elevation and climbs to 1,100 metres over a distance of approximately 2.5 kilometres. The hike is rated difficult because of its steepness.