New aerial ropes courses to open at Grouse Mountain on Saturday (August 11)

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      Grouse Mountain is known for many fun things in the summer: the Grouse Grind, lumberjack shows, hiking, grizzly bear visits, and more.

      The latest attraction to be added to the North Shore destination’s growing list of mountain-top activities is Mountain Ropes Adventure—a new ropes course that will debut on Saturday (August 11).

      It consists of four different aerial ropes courses in varying levels of difficulty. More than 50 elements are featured in each section, including ziplining, walking across bridges, going through tunnels, and balancing on slacklines, among others.

      Open to visitors eight years-old and above, you’ll be able to fully immerse yourself in nature with these skill-building activities.

      A Kid’s Tree Canopy Adventure (for guests aged three to eight years-old) is scheduled to open sometime in September. It will be fully contained and will feature three double treehouses, one single treehouse, slides, and ground games. Parents will be able to supervise in an area adjacent to the space.

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