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Coronavirus: Grouse Mountain, Grouse Grind reopen Monday

For those wanting to ride the Skyride, tickets must be purchased in advance. Global News

The popular Grouse Grind trail in North Vancouver will reopen Monday after being closed due to seasonal conditions.

Grouse Mountain will also have a phased reopening for annual pass holders and people who buy tickets online.

Along with more cleaning measures in place, capacity on the Skyride will be reduced by 70 per cent to allow for physical distancing.

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Face masks will also be mandatory on the gondola, and guests will undergo temperature checks before boarding.

Advanced bookings will also be mandatory for the Skyride.

For those wanting to hike the Grind, they are asked to stay two metres apart as much as possible.

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To return via the Skyride, tickets must be purchased in advance or hikers must return via the BCMC route. It is recommended to allow for two extra hours of hiking on a steep, rough trail.

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