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!

Spring Has Sprung: Snow School Tips

How to make the most of spring days on the slopes. Spring weather has certainly arrived with warmer temperatures and softer snow on the Mountain. There is no such thing as a bad day of skiing, or at the very least a bad day to go skiing. However, spring skiing is not the same as winter skiing. Don’t get us wrong, winter skiing is great: the powder, the crisp air. Getting out on the Mountain is the best way to spend a day during the winter in our opinion. In the spring the days are longer, the temperature is higher, the snow is softer and everyone is just having a good time. 

Spring skiing has some great health benefits too. Warm temperatures and extra sunlight are great mood enhancers to help treat the winter blues. It can also relieve stress and improve sleep. When it’s warm out and the sun is shining, everything is better! 
You might be thinking… what about the snow? Well for starters, softer snow means it hurts less when you fall. But seriously, if you’ve been wanting to try out a new trick or check out one of our terrain parks, soft snow can be a little more forgiving. 
We polled our instructors for some of their best tips for riding in spring conditions. The one that came up most frequently was to make sure your skis or board are waxed to prevent that base from sticking to the snow and slowing down. 
Something for skiers to keep in mind is that a slightly narrower stance and weight shift to reduce edging combined with a wider turn shape will ensure a more stable ride. 
Snowboarding in soft spring snow can be challenging. You can make it a little easier, by shifting your weight slightly to the back foot to keep the nose of your board up. Being less aggressive when turning will prevent your edges from sinking and give you a clean turn shape. 
If your’re looking for more tips on how to make the most of spring conditions, our Snow School instructors are here to help. We’ve still got some day lesson availability before the season ends. 
For a few more words of encouragement, here are a few of our instructors’ favourite things about spring skiing and riding: 
  • Colin – Snow School Supervisor: one word…sunshine! 
  • Andrew – Snow School Manager: Après! Crowds are smaller and lift lines are shorter. 
  • Brooke – Ski Instructor: I love not having to wear a million layers. 
  • Sheldon – Snowboard Instructor: I love that I can rip around in t-shirt and soak up some rays.

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!

Office Boys Coffee and Donuts Slalom Results

. Thanks to everyone who came out and rode with us on Saturday, March 23rd for Office Boys. We were super stoked to see so many of you out celebrating 25 Years of Grouse Parks. The results are in! Congratulations to all the winners.


1st Place: Frederique Joncas
2nd Place: Sara Niblock
3rd Place: Kate Macmillan
1st Place: Pierce Smith
2nd Place: Darren Smith
3rd Place: William Hooley
Name 1st Run 2nd Run
Evan Barker 28.47 37.22
Andrew Bibby 29.77 28.91
Christian Blanchard 30.63 32.19
Kody Botteril 26.59 27.91
Mark Bramwell 26.50 31.97
Mike Brazil 26.03 DQ
Robert Canales 47.48 DNS
Roy Chand 29.08 27.98
Pierre Chauty 27.38 27.09
Sam Clement 26.56 26.66
Cole Deyman 26.69 39.84
Kerr Feighan DNS 26.72
Kaiden Fisher 28.61 27.47
Michael French 27.33 27.13
Thomas Gregson 29.41 28.19
Brian Hong 30.13 DNS
William Hooley 25.25 25.63
Michael Hoy 28.69 25.66
Beau Jack 26.32 26.61
Nick Johnston 27.20 27.53
Ryan Johnston 27.39 26.96
Frederique Joncas 26.58 27.03
Robert Joncas 28.13 28.16
Sam Jones 27.25 34.00
Varvara Krasneva 29.06 30.03
Greg Lepatourel 27.17 26.25
Kate Macmillan 29.19 28.78
Angus Marshall 37.80 30.95
Megan Mastromonaco 41.16 35.95
Michael Matsen 27.66 DNS
Andrew Millar 29.15 29.03
Toby Mitchell 27.33 26.94
Robert Morrison 26.56 26.59
Sara Niblock 27.13 30.81
Adam Nicholls 25.78 25.47
John Postill 27.67 27.13
Edwin Poulston 27.59 27.47
Jake Pratt 29.14 28.14
Stephanie Renaud 31.43 30.78
Sheldon Ronse 30.81 29.63
Jayke Sampson 26.80 26.31
Severin Samulski 29.00 26.13
Arthur Sapounas 26.22 27.66
Jeff Silcock 29.50 30.63
Darren Smith 31.44 25.13
Pierce Smith 24.59 24.28
Alastair Spriggs 26.25 26.08
Sterling Storey 26.28 DQ
William-X-W Sun 32.15 DQ
Kaiyuan Tan 29.38 28.60
Murrat Tirmansi 27.72 26.33
Erik Traulsen 26.67 25.63
Sam Watson 26.55 26.56
Tom Welsh 28.42 36.38
Brandon Winslow 28.70 DNS
Phineas Wrenshall
DQ 27.94
*DNS = Did not start
*DQ = Disqualified

Easter Brunch 2019

Join us and the Easter Bunny himself for this annual family favourite!.

Our Easter Brunch is now SOLD OUT

Our annual Easter festivities are a great way to spend time with family. Enjoy a buffet brunch featuring delicious options for all ages plus an exciting Easter Egg Hunt led by the Easter Bunny! 

Brunch seatings are available between 9:30am and 2:00pm in The Observatory and Timber Room.
Call 604.998.5045 to reserve your family’s table today.
Cold Items 
In-House Baked Goods 
Selection of Cold Cereals 
served with milk or almond milk 
Fresh Seasonal Fruit 
Assorted Local Shellfish 
with accotrements 
Assorted Bagels 
with smoked salmon, capers, dill and cream cheese 
Flavoured Individual Yogurts 
Kale Salad
with dates, almonds, parmesan and lemon vinaigrette
Hot Items
Eggs Benedict 
with back bacon and hollandaise 
Eggs Benedict 
with roasted tomato and hollandaise 
Scrambled Eggs 
Beef Short Rib Hash 
with fingerling potatoes, roasted peppers and scallions 
French Toast 
with berry compote and vanilla chantilly 
Thick Cut Bacon 
Two River’s Meat’s Artisan Sausages 
Honey Roasted Sweet Potato 
with pecans and scallions 
Hash Browns
Kid Friendly
Scrambled Eggs 
Macaroni and Cheese 
Chicken Strips 
with plum sauce

Carved Items 
Roasted Pork Belly 
with sweet and sour red cabbage and mustard jus 
Prime Rib
with horseradish sauce and red wine jus

Assorted Cakes and Tortes 
Lemon Meringue Tarts 
House-made Brownies 

Adult/Youth/Senior: $55.00 
Child (5-12): $20.00 
Tots (2-4): $12.00 
Prices include Skyride admission and access to Mountaintop activities. 

Taxes (GST 5%) and gratuity (18%) are not included.

Call 604.998.5045 to reserve your family’s table today.