2. Grind Up Grouse
Work those legs up Grouse Grind, the trail that is often called “Mother Nature’s Stairmaster.” This 2.8-km hike up to the face of Grouse Mountain will challenge novice and expert hikers with its rugged terrain and steep climb. Novice hikers should budget two hours to make it up the top, but competitors in the Grouse Mountain Seek the Peak have done it in 25 minutes! Once you’ve reached the peak take an eco-walk and learn about flora and fauna, and meet Grinder and Coola, the friendly resident grizzly bears!
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