An aerial ropes course is coming to Grouse Mountain


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Grouse Mountain will offer visitors a new mountaintop aerial ropes course starting in August.

There will be a series of four aerial ropes courses that comprise the Mountain Ropes Adventure for kids eight years old and older.

Guests will see the North Shore Mountains from new heights and encounter a variety of challenges throughout the course such as suspended bridges, ziplines, ladders and nets.

A Kids Tree Canopy Adventure will be available for for children between the ages of three and eight. The fully contained course consists of three double treehouses, a single treehouse, slides and ground games with an area beside it for parents to supervise their kids.

Admission to the Kids Tree Canopy Adventure is free with the purchase of a Mountain Admission ticket and the Mountain Ropes Adventure is $39 with the purchase of a Mountain Admission ticket.

Mountain Admission tickets give visitors access to the Skyride, Peak Chairlift, Lumberjack Shows, Birds in Motion Demonstrations, Ranger Talks at the Bear Habitat and the Pollinator’s Garden.

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