- 1 How long is the Grouse Mountain gondola ride?
- 2 Is there a free shuttle to Grouse Mountain?
- 3 How do I book the Grouse Mountain gondola?
- 4 Is the Grouse Mountain Skyride open?
- 5 How much does it cost to take the gondola down Grouse Mountain?
- 6 Is the Grouse Grind difficult?
- 7 How much is a day pass at Grouse Mountain?
- 8 How much is parking at Grouse Mountain?
- 9 What can you do at Grouse Mountain?
- 10 How much is the Grouse Mountain Skyride?
- 11 Do you need to book the Grouse Grind?
- 12 How many people go on the Grouse Mountain gondola?
- 13 Can you drive up to Grouse Mountain?
- 14 Do you need snow tires to go to Grouse Mountain?
- 15 How do I get from downtown Vancouver to Grouse Mountain?
How long is the Grouse Mountain gondola ride?
The SkyRide starts at the base of the Grouse Mountain at about 300 metres (1000 feet) and climbs to 1100 m (3700 feet) in twelve minutes. During the trip, you can see all of Vancouver and the surrounding area. It’s an exciting and informative ride, and you’ll feel like you’re on an exotic European vacation.
Is there a free shuttle to Grouse Mountain?
The free mountain shuttle service will not be operating during the 2020 Summer Season. We hope to resume this service in Summer 2021. Alternative transportation is available via public transit.
How do I book the Grouse Mountain gondola?
Please give our Guest Services team a call at 604.980. 9311 for assistance. Grouse Mountain is open for skiing and riding as well as our outdoor mountaintop activities daily for those within our local health authority.
Is the Grouse Mountain Skyride open?
Open daily from 9am to 8pm. Grouse Mountain continues to offer must-see, must-do experiences that no visitor to or resident of Vancouver should miss. As Vancouver’s most visited four-season attraction, it is both a resort and an attraction, to be visited again and again.
How much does it cost to take the gondola down Grouse Mountain?
There is no fee to climb the Grouse Grind trail. From the top, the cost to take the Skyride back down is $15.00 on weekdays and $20.00 on weekends and holidays.
Is the Grouse Grind difficult?
The Grouse Grind can be very challenging, especially for unseasoned hikers. If you bike, play sports, go to the gym, or do any sort of physical activity, you’ll likely be more than fine. For those that are still a little worried, however, it wouldn’t hurt to try an easier hike first.
How much is a day pass at Grouse Mountain?
day Ski/snowboard ticket
|Adult (19-64)||Youth (13-18)|
|WEEKDAYS Day Ski/Board Ticket||$55||$45|
|WEEKEND Day Ski/Board Ticket||$79||$59|
How much is parking at Grouse Mountain?
2020 Parking Rates
|3-Hour Parking Ticket||$8|
|Day Parking Ticket||$10|
|1-Year Full Service Parking Permit||$40|
|2-Year Full Service Parking Permit||$69|
What can you do at Grouse Mountain?
The following activities are what you can do at Grouse Mountain during the summer, and most other times when there isn’t any snow.
- Skyride Tram and Fabulous Views.
- Hiking and Chairlift Rides.
- Lumberjack Show Entertainment.
- Birds in Motion Show.
- Grouse Mountain Disc Golf.
- Mountain Ropes Adventure.
- Grizzly Bear Viewing.
How much is the Grouse Mountain Skyride?
You can expect to pay about $50 CDN for most entry fees to things like gondola rides, zoos and aquaria, etc, and you can expect to pay $150 to $250 per person for most tour type of experiences (wildlife viewing trips, railroad trips, boat tours, etc).
Do you need to book the Grouse Grind?
The Download Ticket is available only to hikers who have climbed up to Grouse Mountain for a one way download on the Skyride. A Download Ticket is not required for anyone who has purchased a Mountain Admission Ticket. Mask are required for access the chalet and while on the skyride.
How many people go on the Grouse Mountain gondola?
The Blue Skyride is used mainly for freight transportation, while public access to the mountain top is provided by the Swiss-built Garaventa Red Skyride, which has a maximum capacity of 101 passengers (96 in summer).
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.
Do you need snow tires to go to Grouse Mountain?
Rarely ever do you need winter tires to get there, which isn’t the case for all the other mountains. Grouse Mountain is also the Lower Mainland’s most accessible ski hill by Public Transit.
How do I get from downtown Vancouver to Grouse Mountain?
From Downtown Vancouver, ride the SeaBus to Lonsdale Quay, then take the #236 bus to Grouse Mountain (about a 25-minute ride). Coming from Phibbs Exchange, take bus #232. For more transit information, visit translink.ca or call 604.953.