With its proximity to the great outdoors, Vancouver is paradise for sports-loving guests. From skiing and snowboarding to mountain hiking, visitors will enjoy what nature has to offer. Giving guests the most scenic of backdrops to their adventures, Vancouver will not disappoint.


Fans of winter sports will rejoice at the choice of three local mountains just north of Vancouver’s city center, offering a host of skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and ice skating opportunities. At Grouse Mountain, which stands 4,100 feet above Vancouver, beginners and experts alike can enjoy perfect runs while enjoying panoramic views of the city.


Kayaking remains a popular pastime in sports-centric Vancouver, with locations offering either urban views in False Creek and English Bay, or mountain surroundings at the base of  Indian Arm in Deep Cove. Whatever scenery visitors are looking for when conducting their next adventure, Vancouver will not disappoint.


Located two hours from downtown Vancouver is North America’s premier ski resort, Whistler, open all seasons and home to a number of adventure opportunities. Winter activities include skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dogsledding and more. In the summer, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, canoeing, all-terrain vehicle tours, white-water rafting, horseback riding, downhill mountain biking and golfing are just some of the fantastic offerings on the menu. For fans of extreme adventure, year-round activities include bungee-jumping and ziplining. For outdoor enthusiasts, this is an all-in-one adventure destination with something in it for everyone.


Grouse Mountain:
Daily, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Ecomarine Paddlesport Centres:
Varies based on season and activity

Deep Cove Kayak:
Varies based on season and activity

Varies based on season and activity


+1 604 673 7040

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For more details on these activities visit the dedicated website:
Ecomarine Paddlesport Centres