Snowboarding in Grouse Mountain, North Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

Vertical Drop:
365 m (1198 ft)
Base Elevation:
274 m (899 ft)
Top Elevation:
1231 m (4039 ft)
Grouse Mountain is one of the North shore Mountains of the Pacific Ranges in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is one of the most well-known ski areas in North Vancouver and attracts many people of all ages. Plenty of visitors come to this place, in order to satisfy their curiosity and enjoy themselves in all fields.

Visit Grouse Mountain in winter as well as summer season and feel as much adventure as you need by exercising one of the most popular activities, snowboarding. Excellent snow conditions, a lot of activities and stunning views, make this place unique for your entertainment and relaxation.

Grouse Mountain provides a skiable area of 212 ac/0.85 km², a vertical drop of 365 m (1198 ft), a base elevation of 274 m (899 ft) and a top elevation of 1231 m (4039 ft). There are 26 trails, which are tailored to cover all levels of difficulty. You find 17% of trails for beginners, 54% for intermediate snowboarders, 21% for advanced snowboarders and if you want to feel the adventure in extreme levels, 8% of trails are designed only for you.

Beginners will appreciate the ski school, which is available to teach them how to practice their best snow activity. In this place you will have the chance to feel as much romance as you need, since 14 lighted trails will accompany you overnight. On spot you also find 4 chairlifts and 1 magic carpet. So, why be in a bad mood when you have the alternative to visit this amazing Canadian spot.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Richmond
28,4 km, 17,6 miles, 45 minutes.
Follow the Cambie St.
BY CAR FROM Abbstford
85,5 km, 53,1 miles, 1 hour 3 minutes.
Follow the Bc_1 W.
Vancouver International Airport,
15,67 km (9,73 miles)

For Sky Train visit the site online.


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