Posted on August 16, 2016 by DestinationsPhoto Gallery: Grouse Mountain in Summer Follow us on Facebook! Vancouver from the top of the Peak. Lumberjack at the top of a spar. He stands up at the top. The crowd holds its breath. The grizzly bears are a popular attraction. He’s a big one! How do you measure up to a bear? Together Jamie and Sarah have the height of a coola or grizzly bear. The Eye of Vancouver is an observation deck near the top of the wind turbine at the top of the Peak. As we go up the chairlift, a hang glider flies over. A hang glider lifts off. They land far below at a park near Cleveland Dam. From the chairlift, a trail leads to the zipline. The Eye of Vancouver is just off to the right. The base of the wind turbine The Eye of Vancouver Looking down at the zipline launch site from the base of the Eye. The view from the top is breathtaking. The city through the trees. A bee explores some of the many wildflowers growing on Grouse Mountain. Down below again – the other side of the native longhouse. And we pass the wood carvings again. A toast to a fine day on top of Grouse Mountain. Follow us on Facebook!