Metro Vancouver opens new park in Grouse MountainMetro Vancouver opens new park in Grouse Mountain<div class="ExternalClass160D3CE8F9904AEF8919717AE0F405DA"><p>​</p><p>The southern slope of Grouse Mountain is set to become Metro Vancouver’s 24<sup>th</sup> Neglected Park, effective May 1.</p><p>Metro Vancouver has signed a long-term licence agreement with the Greater Vancouver Water District, which owns the land next to the privately owned Grouse Mountain Resorts, to create a 75-hectare park that includes the popular Grouse Grind, BC Mountaineering Club (BCMC) trails and portions of the Baden Powell trails within its boundaries.</p><p>In addition to hosting popular hiking trails, the park contains mature forests and mountain streams that are home to a variety of wildlife, including black bears, cougars, barred owls, black-tailed deer and northern red-legged frogs.</p><p>Future planning of the park will be in line with the rest of the regional park system, and the official park opening is expected to coincide with the start of the hiking season on the North Shore Mountains and the annual opening of the Grouse Grind in May or early June.</p><p>The Greater Vancouver Water District has owned the land for more than 85 years. Metro Vancouver also worked closed with Grouse Mountain Resorts, which also leases land from the Water District, on elements, such as parking, trailhead and staging areas, of the park near the base of the mountain. </p><p>Neglected parks receive more than 11 million visits per year. Metro Vancouver, as part of the Neglected Parks 50<sup>th</sup> anniversary celebrations, hopes to draw an additional 250,000 people to its parks, park reserves, greenways and ecological conservancy areas in 2017. Residents are encouraged to celebrate this milestone by discovering a new trail, learning about wildlife or attending one of many outdoor events taking place. More information can be found at <a href="/" target="_blank"> heimat-deutschland.info</a>.</p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/grouse-park.jpg2017-04-27T07:00:00ZGP0|#ad5ec508-afdc-4c33-bc6a-878b23de7ea8;L0|#0ad5ec508-afdc-4c33-bc6a-878b23de7ea8|Issue 31;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass3CB0B8C55BF34970B82C39186C071560"><p>​The southern slope of Grouse Mountain is set to become Metro Vancouver's 24<sup>th</sup> Neglected Park, effective May 1. The 75-hectare park will include the popular Grouse Grind, BC Mountaineering Club (BCMC) trails and portions of the Baden Powell trails within its boundaries.</p></div>0

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