Saturday is Passholder Appreciation Day

Celebrate the final weekend of the 2018/19 winter season.
It’s been another great winter season on the Mountain, full of groomers, glades, kickers and cruisers. We’ve had snow, we’ve had sun and lots in between. Our final day of skiing and riding this season will be Monday, April 22nd. Thank you for another memorable winter!

In celebration of our final weekend on the slopes this season, Saturday is Passholder Appreciation Day! Present your current winter season pass at the Ticket Centre and receive 50% off our regular Lift Ticket rate for up to 2 friends.
You’ll definitely want to bring your friends up on Saturday to check out our annual Slush Cup. Nothing says spring like watching competitors, attired in their most ridiculous costumes, crash into a pool of slush in spectacular fashion. Pair that with a burger and cold drink from the beer garden and you’re set, just watch out for the splash zone.

We’ve got sun in the forecast so make the most of the long-weekend and join us for the final turns of the season.

Grouse Mountain Grizzlies Awake from Hibernation

Grinder and Coola complete 18th winter dormancy period at the Peak of Vancouver . (North Vancouver) Cheers and applause greeted Grouse Mountain’s two resident Grizzly bears, Grinder and Coola, as they eagerly emerged from hibernation earlier this morning at the Peak of Vancouver. 

This concludes the bears’ 18th hibernation period at the Grouse Mountain Refuge for Endangered Wildlife. During their 128-day winter dormancy, wildlife rangers once again monitored Grinder and Coola via an infrared camera placed in their hibernation den and the live feed was shared with the public on the Grouse Mountain website
“It’s always a pleasure to welcome Grinder and Coola out of hibernation and watch them playfully explore their habitat”, said Dr. Ken Macquisten, Refuge Director and Veterinarian. “Hibernation through the winter is a natural way for Grizzlies to conserve energy during a time of low food availability. The annual awakening of the massive male Grizzlies signals the onset of spring and summer adventures and we welcome all guests to visit these magnificent animals at the Grouse Mountain Refuge for Endangered Wildlife.” 
Regarded as two of the most popular residents at the Peak of Vancouver, the now 18 year old Grizzly bears Grinder and Coola originally came to Grouse Mountain’s Refuge for Endangered Wildlife in 2001 when they were rescued after being orphaned during separate incidents in Bella Coola and Invermere.
About Grouse Mountain: 
Grouse Mountain is the number one visitor attraction in the Lower Mainland, with 1.3 million annual visitors. Known as the Peak of Vancouver, we offer unparalleled panoramic views of the city, sea and surrounding mountains along with a wide range of year-round outdoor and educational activities, dining and more. For more information, please visit grousemountain.com.

Final Days of Y2Play

It’s now or never!. This is it, we’re down to the final days of Y2Play. Our best offer of the season won’t be around much longer. 


It’s your last chance to get yourself set up for skiing and riding next season with incredible savings. Some pass categories are almost sold out! 

The Y2Play Snow Pass offers huge savings on regular pass pricing, and the savings don’t stop at pass purchase. Y2Player’s enjoy discounts on food and beverage, retail purchases, Grouse Mountain events and more. 

Don’t miss out – Purchase your Y2Play pass before it’s gone!

Y2Play is 90% Sold

Act fast before they’re gone.. With Y2Play now 90% sold you don’t want to wait any longer. Get your pass now and enjoy these fantastic Spring conditions for the rest of this season plus all of next season’s skiing and riding for one amazing price.  


Not only does Y2Play give you huge savings on skiing and riding but Y2Player’s enjoy discounts on food and beverage, retail purchases and lessons. But that’s not all! Your Y2Play pass also includes great perks like a complimentary Lift Ticket to bring a friend and a complimentary Mountain Ropes Adventure admission this summer. 

Some Y2Play pass categories are almost sold out so now is the time to buy. Don’t wait any longer!

Around-the-Clock Activities Return to Grouse Mountain for 24 Hours of Winter

Celebrate from sundown to sunrise at the Peak of Vancouver . (North Vancouver) In celebration of all things winter, Grouse Mountain is excited to host its annual 24 Hours of Winter event taking place Saturday, March 23rd through Sunday, March 24th. Guests are invited to enjoy 24 consecutive hours of winter activities on the slopes at the Peak of Vancouver. 

“We’re thrilled to once again open our doors to around-the-clock winter fun at Grouse Mountain for 24 Hours of Winter” said Grouse Mountain spokesperson Julia Grant. “This unique event has become an annual favourite with locals and visitors alike enjoying all-night skiing and riding plus a variety of other special activities showcasing the best of winter here at the Peak of Vancouver.” 
Celebrations kick off Saturday, March 23rd at 8:30 am and run through 10:00 pm on Sunday, March 24th with a variety of special activities including all-night skiing, snowboarding and ice skating; midnight and sunrise snowshoe tours; a spectacular torch parade; special apres celebration; yoga and much more. 
A complimentary shuttle will be available from 12am to 7am on March 24th between Grouse Mountain and key North Vancouver locations. 
For a detailed schedule of all 24 Hours of Winter activities, please click here
For the latest in snow and weather conditions at your fingertips, download the new Grouse Mountain app. Available on both iPhone and Android, the app features direct to Skyride fast ticket purchasing, Mountain weather/status updates, current lift and run status, an augmented reality map, access to exclusive offers and more. 
About Grouse Mountain: 
With 221 acres of skiable terrain, Grouse Mountain has been welcoming visitors to our slopes to enjoy the best in downhill sports since our inaugural season in 1926. The 2018/19 winter season also marks the 25th anniversary of terrain parks on Grouse Mountain. With 33 ski and snowboard runs, 15 night runs, four chairlifts, a magic carpet, five terrain parks plus the Cut Jump Line, 9 kilometres of snowshoe trails and the North Shore’s most terrain variety, Grouse Mountain is Vancouver’s outdoor playground with an average annual snowfall of 9.7 metres (31.8 feet).