For View Seek­ers

Porthole Cruise Magazine - - The Insider -

Pho­tog­ra­phy lovers and view seek­ers should make ev­ery ef­fort to visit Grouse Moun­tain. It is an un­for­get­table ex­pe­ri­ence. The peak stands at over 4,000 feet tall and has be­come a place of refuge for many species of wildlife in Canada. Grouse Moun­tain

is also a hotspot for two- legged crea­tures such as your­self, and of­fers a flurry of ac­tiv­ity all year round. So get whisked away by the red Skyride tram, climb to the very top of the ma­jes­tic moun­tain, and feast your eyes on the cap­ti­vat­ing sky­line, the daz­zling har­bor, and Van­cou­ver Is­land. If you are a bit more ad­ven­tur­ous, try some zip lin­ing, paraglid­ing, or climb aboard and en­joy a very scenic he­li­copter ride. Along with Grouse Moun­tain, Van­cou­ver is very fa­mous for its whale watch­ing. From March to Oc­to­ber, thou­sands of whales mi­grate along the coast of North Amer­ica, mak­ing Van­cou­ver one of the world’s best spots for whale watch­ing. You should def­i­nitely see them for your­self in their nat­u­ral habi­tat. It’s very rare not to feast your eyes on a beau­ti­ful hump­back whale, a minka, or the lo­cally cher­ished or­cas. See them in all their grandeur aboard a speed Zo­diac, a cruiser, a kayak, or sit back and look down on them from a sea­plane.

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