Goat Mountain

Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1A3

Goat Mountain

Goat Mountain Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"There’s so much attention on the Grouse Grind, you often don’t hear about Grouse
Mountain’s other trails. But with its 360-degree views and interesting rocky route,
Goat Mountain deserves the limelight. It affords a horizon-reaching vantage over
southwestern BC. Peaks seem to surround Goat on all sides, including Mount Baker,
Mount Judge Howay, Mount Cheam, and Mount Garibaldi. And who can argue with the availability of a celebratory beer at the finish line!"

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Easy Hiking Around Vancouver (Greystone Books)
Jean Cousins
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"By starting from the top of the Skyride on Grouse Mountain, nonexpert hikers can savour the magnificent scenery from the Goat Mountain Trail, choosing a turnaround point to suit their energy and inclination. Those who have never ventured into the rugged country north of Grouse Mountain will be thrilled by this adventurous outing. Signposts and yellow trail markers help to keep you on course, but note that the much-tramped trail is a tangle of rocks and roots, best tackled wearing boots." Read more

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Trail Information

Vancouver
Nearby City
4.7
Distance
1,007 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
3-4 hours
Duration
Best July-Sept
Season
Metro Vancouver Regional Parks West Area Office, Suite 130, 1200 W. 73rd Ave., Vancouver, V6P 6G5; (604) 224-5739; www.metrovancouver.org
Local Contacts
Goat Mountain Trail is part of Lynn Headwaters Regional Park, which has paper maps available at its Lynn Valley Road trailhead and online (www.metrovancouver.org). A topographic map (92G6) is available through the National Topographic System and online at www.atlas.gc.ca.
Local Maps