COVID-19: Grouse Mountain Provides Free Early Bird Access As Incomes Dip


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Grouse Mountain has joined the list of local tourism businesses offering discounts on admission during difficult COVID times.

Grouse spokeswoman Julia Grant said that from Monday, until July 31, the first hundred people who book a mountain hike through the resort’s website each morning will receive a pass free.

All other tickets will benefit from a 50% reduction until the end of the month.

“We are delighted to welcome British Columbia back to Grouse Mountain with this incredible offer to experience our majestic wildlife, exciting activities and breathtaking views, right in their own backyard,” Grant said.

Grouse Mountain reopened its gondola on June 22 – after being closed in March due to COVID-19 – so that people walking on the Grouse Grind can descend. It fully reopened at the end of June, although the gondola only carries 30 people at a time, against a maximum capacity of 100 people. Guests are required to wear a mask on the gondola.


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