Easter Brunch 2018

Join us and the Easter Bunny himself for this annual family favourite!. Our annual Easter festivities are a great way to spend time with family. Enjoy a buffet brunch featuring delicious options for all ages plus face painting and 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.
Easter Buffet

In-House Baked Goods

Selection of Cold Cereals 
served with Milk or Almond Milk 
Fresh Sliced Seasonal Fruit and Berries 
Smoked Salmon, Chilled Prawns, Chilled Mussels, Crab Claws 
Mini Bagels
Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese 
Individual Vanilla Yogurt 
Berry Compote 
Beet, Arugula & Feta Salad

Eggs Benedict 

Pea Meal Bacon & Hollandaise 
Fresh Herb & Ricotta Scrambled Eggs
Turkey Hash with Root Vegetables, Bell Peppers & Chorizo 
In-House French Toast 
Berry Compote & Lavender Cream 
Roasted Brussels Sprouts 
Balsamic Glaze 
Bacon and Artisan Sausages
Hash Browns
Carved Items
Traditional Ham
Orange Marmalade & Bourbon Jus 
Carved New York Strip Lion
Red Wine Jus
Children’s Buffet

Scrambled Eggs

Macaroni & Cheese 
Chicken Strips
Plum Sauce


Assorted Cakes and Tortes

Individual Chocolate Mousse Cups
Individual Lemon Meringue Tarts 

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.

The Y2Play 2018 Giveaway Contest is Live!

Those who purchase a Y2Play Pass by March 16th, 2018, are automatically entered for a chance to win..
Grouse Mountain’s 2018/19 Y2Play Pass is on sale now for a limited time. We’re sweetening the deal for those who purhase or renew their pass early, by automatically entering them into the Y2Play 2018 Giveaway Contest that offers three great prizes.

  • an overnight stay in a Grouse Mountain mountaintop cabin (based upon availability).
  • an assured parking spot during the 2018/19 snow season*
  • a $250 Grouse Mountain gift card.
This contest, and chance to win, is in addition to all the amazing benefits and perks a Y2Play Pass offers.
full rules and regulations for the Y2Play 2018 Giveaway Contest.
*24 hours advance booking/notification required to reserve parking space for each use. The 2018/19 snow season is expected to be October 1, 2018 – April 30, 2019.

Grouse Mountain Recognized as One of BC’s Top Employers

. We are proud to be recognized as one of BC’s Top Employers for the second year in a row. 

Announced this morning, Grouse Mountain has been named to BC’s Top Employers list by Mediacorp Canada Inc. This special designation recognizes the British Columbia employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work. 
 BC’s Top Employers are evaluated based on eight criteria: physical workplace; work atmosphere & social; health, financial & family benefits; vacation & time off; employee communications; performance management; training & skills development; and community involvement. 
 Some of the key reasons that Grouse Mountain was selected as an exceptional place to work include offering employees many benefits such as ongoing employee development, a unique work environment and access to outdoor recreation opportunities supporting a healthy active lifestyle. 
 Check out full details on BC’s Top Employers here.

Grouse Mountain Recognized as One of BC’s Top Employers

. (North Vancouver) Recognized by visitors and locals alike as Vancouver’s top four season attraction, Grouse Mountain is proud to announce the Resort has once again been named one of BC’s Top Employers as selected by Mediacorp Canada Inc. 

Now in its 13th year, BC’s Top Employers is a special designation that recognizes the British Columbia employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work. Employers are evaluated based on eight criteria: physical workplace; work atmosphere & social; health, financial & family benefits; vacation & time off; employee communications; performance management; training & skills development; and community involvement. 
“While Grouse Mountain is steeped in history, it is a Resort and workplace that doesn’t stand still” said Grouse Mountain’s President, Michael Cameron. “Our focus on continuous innovation means that there are always new opportunities and challenges to undertake. Combine that with a mix of long-standing and seasonal employees plus our unique mountain environment and you have a dynamic place to work.” 
Key reasons why Grouse Mountain was selected as a top employer include ongoing employee development programs as well as the unique work environment overlooking the City of Vancouver and employees’ unlimited access to outdoor recreation on the Mountain. 
“Along with offering best-in-class benefits tailored to employees’ individual needs, many of this year’s winners offer a relaxed workplace culture that emphasizes healthy, active lifestyles,” says Kristina Leung, Senior Editor of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers project. “The rest of the country looks to British Columbia for leadership in this field.” 
As the top employer of youth on Vancouver’s North Shore, Grouse Mountain offers employees a vibrant and enjoyable work environment with a focus on leadership development and advancement opportunities while also embracing the benefits of outdoor recreation awarded by the Resort’s unique mountaintop playground. 

About Grouse Mountain:
Grouse Mountain is the number one visitor attraction in the Lower Mainland, welcoming 1.3 million visitors annually. With an employee base of over 600 during the summer season and more than 800 during the winter season Grouse Mountain is also the largest employer of youth on the North Shore. 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.

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

Celebrate from sundown to sunrise this weekend at the Peak of Vancouver. (North Vancouver) In celebration of all things winter, Grouse Mountain is thrilled to host its annual 24 Hours of Winter event taking place Saturday, February 17th through Sunday, February 18th. Guests are invited to enjoy 24 consecutive hours of winter activities on the slopes at the Peak of Vancouver. 

“We’re excited to once again open our doors to around-the-clock winter fun at Grouse Mountain for 24 Hours of Winter” said Grouse Mountain Communications Manager, 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.” 
What began in preparation for the NBC Olympic broadcast in February 2010, 24 Hours of Winter kicks off Saturday at 8:00 am and runs through 10:00 pm on Sunday with a variety of special activities including all-night skiing, snowboarding and ice skating; sunset, midnight and sunrise snowshoe tours; a spectacular torch parade; special aprés celebration; yoga and much more. 
A complimentary shuttle will be available from 12am to 7am on Sunday 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, please visit grousemountain.com or call our Snowphone at 604-986-6262. You can also text GROUSEREPORT to 333777 and receive a text alert whenever we receive more than 10cm of new snow. 
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. With 33 ski and snowboard runs, 15 night runs, four chairlifts, a magic carpet, five terrain parks plus the Cut Jump Line, Sliding Zone, 9 kilometres of snowshoe trails and the North Shore’s most variety of terrain, Grouse Mountain is Vancouver’s outdoor playground with an average annual snowfall of 9.7 metres (31.8 feet).