News & Events: What's New

Friday, May 15, 2009

Summer starts this weekend!

May 16th marks the launch of summertime at Grouse Mountain. With the Victoria Day long weekend comes the beginning of a full lineup of daily activities and events on the mountaintop including:

  • World Famous Lumberjack Shows
  • Birds in Motion Demonstrations
  • Guided Eco-Walks
  • Wildlife Ranger Interpretive Sessions at the Grizzly Bear habitat
  • Scenic rides on the new Peak Chair
Every one of these activities is included with your General Admission ticket or Annual Membership. You can visit our Summer Mountain Report each day to find out the day's offering. Or, if you're out and about and thinking of coming to the mountain, you can visit our mobile site at m.grousemountain.com.

Speaking of membership...

They say membership has its privileges. This is certainly true at Grouse Mountain. In fact, an Annual Grouse Mountain Membership is a very reasonable way to fill your summer calendar with activities for a very reasonable price. An adult membership is just $89.95 or a family of four can get in on the fun for just $149.95. Here is the full list of member benefits:

  • Skyride access for a full year
  • 50% off your guest's admission: 1/2 price off General Admission rates for up to 4 guests each visit
  • $75 for Air Grouse mountain ziplines (Regular $105)
  • 30% off all Peak Adventure events: Seek The Peak Relay, Grouse Grind Mountain Run® & Snowshoe Classic
  • 20% off all regular priced items at the Grouse Mountain Starbucks® location.
  • 20% off all regular priced retail merchandise at the Spirit Gallery Gift Shop, Outfitters and Essentials Stores
  • 20% off rental equipment:
    - Snowshoes (1 free rental, then 20% off)
    - Skates (1 free rental, then 20% off)
    - Skis/Snowboards (1 free rental, then 20% off; must have valid lift ticket)
  • 20% off skiing/snowboarding lift tickets after 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays
  • Access to year-round activities: Theatre In The Sky, Refuge for Endangered Wildlife
  • Access to summer activities: World Famous Lumberjack Shows, Birds in Motion Demonstrations, Guided Eco-Walks, scenic chair lift rides
  • Access to winter activities: Snowshoe trails, Ice skating pond, Sleigh rides, The Peak of Christmas
Also on the horizon now is the Seek The Peak Relay presented by Merrell. This 6th annual event raises much-needed funds for Rethink Breast Cancer. Watch for brochures and pledge forms in a sports retailer near you or visit seekthepeak.ca to learn more.

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