One week after the long hike to The Black Tusk, we headed to Grouse Mountain, which is much less demanding. This mountain is one of the northshore mountains, so it’s closer as well. Instead of taking the tourist route, the gondola, we hiked up via Grouse Grind. On top of Grouse Mountain, we can have a bird’s view of the Great Vancouver, Straight of Georgia, or even Mt. Baker. Apart from that, the fensed Grizzly Bears attract tourists. Those bears are something you won’t see in other mountains, at least, not in this distance. Since the hike was short, I also hiked towards Dam Mountain, but I didn’t continue to the summit since my dad wasn’t following me. On the way back, we stopped at Ambleside Beach in West Vancouver to take pictures of West Vancouver.