Ziplining 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 invites you to feel the adrenaline at the highest level in both summer and winter season. So, don't be late, visit the most well-known Canadian resort and enjoy yourself in all fields. Grouse Mountain is one of the North shore Mountains of the Pacific Ranges in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Exceeding 1200 m (4000 ft) in altitude, this place is known as the peak of Vancouver.  As you can see, this spot is ideal for the most exciting activity, ziplining. Grouse Mountain offers a wide range of winter and summer activities and the best conditions to spend quality time with your family or friends.

The resort 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). Experience ziplining across the peak and canyons of Grouse Mountain in five-line circuit, which is fully dual track. Lines are up to 70 m (200 ft) high and the speed reaches up to 80 kph/49.7 mph. In order to exercise this activity, participants must be between 32 kg (70 lb) and 114 kg (250 lb).

You are kindly requested to arrive at the base of the mountain 60 minutes prior to your scheduled time. So, give yourself the opportunity to feel the adventure and enjoy every second of this activity. After a thrilling day, you can spend your time in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.