is one of the North Shore Mountains in the Pacific Ranges of North Vancouver
, British Columbia. It is the site of a ski area with stunning and expansive views of Greater Vancouver. Public access to the mountain top is by a Swiss Garaventa aerial tramway, the Grouse Grind hiking trail, or the Old Grouse Mountain Highway (foot and bicycle access only).
Grouse Mountain has a very popular hiking trail known as the Grouse Grind. It is extremely steep and mountainous and climbs 853 m (2,799 ft) over a distance of 2.9 km (2 mi), with an average grade of 30 degrees. The trail, nicknamed "Mother Nature's Stairmaster", is notoriously gruelling due to its steepness and mountainous terrain.
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