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Grouse Mountain set to ‘evolve’ under new owners

Grouse Mountain set to ‘evolve’ under new owners

Building a hotel at the resort could be on the horizon, along with other changes.
High avalanche risk throughout North Shore mountains

High avalanche risk throughout North Shore mountains

Avalanche Canada is again warning anyone venturing into the North Shore mountains of higher than normal avalanche danger ratings.
This North Vancouver Snowshoe Grind is a must-do winter experience

This North Vancouver Snowshoe Grind is a must-do winter experience

Those who hate even the thought of the punishment of the Grind’s 2,830 stairs, might want to try this winter challenge instead.
Rare extreme avalanche rating issued for Sea-to-Sky mountains

Rare extreme avalanche rating issued for Sea-to-Sky mountains

“Very large avalanches are almost certain” on Friday, Jan. 3.
You can explore Grouse Mountain after dark on a moonlit snowshoe adventure

You can explore Grouse Mountain after dark on a moonlit snowshoe adventure

"On our Full Moon Tours, you will witness the wonders of the wilderness under the soft glow of the moon."
North Shore Rescue starts 2020 with three calls in one day

North Shore Rescue starts 2020 with three calls in one day

A busy New Year's Day in the water and on the mountains
You can reserve space at these national park campgrounds in B.C. tomorrow

You can reserve space at these national park campgrounds in B.C. tomorrow

Spots at the most popular spots will fill up quickly.
Avalanche warning in effect for Squamish area

Avalanche warning in effect for Squamish area

The Sea to Sky area — including Squamish — has been named in a special public avalanche warning issued by Avalanche Canada.
Snow, ice force closure of Grouse Grind

Snow, ice force closure of Grouse Grind

Sorry, hardcore Grind-ers!
Squamish man first Canadian to be chosen for the Fjällräven Polar expedition

Squamish man first Canadian to be chosen for the Fjällräven Polar expedition

The odds were against him, but Dan Van Drunen of Squamish got his wish.