Panoramic views unfold as the Skyride aerial tram whisks visitors 1,130 m (3,700 ft) above the city to the mountaintop chalet. The Refuge for Endangered Wildlife shelters three timber wolves and two orphaned grizzly bears. Summer activities include ziplining, guided eco-walks, lumberjack shows, tandem paragliding, helicopter tours, chairlift rides and hiking. Hiking trails for all levels, including the Grouse Grind, a challenging 2.9-km (1.8-mi) hike up the mountain’s face. In winter, Grouse is popular for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice-skating, sleigh rides and Peak of Christmas seasonal festivities. Skiers and boarders choose from 26 runs. Skyride departs every 15 minutes (year-round). 9 am-10 pm. General admission $39.95, youth $23.95, senior $35.95, child $13.95, tot free. Daily parking pass $5. Ski and snowboard lift tickets: day (9 am-10 pm): $55, youth $45, senior $45, child $25, tot free. Night (after 4pm): $45, youth $40, senior $40, child $22, tot free. Ski, snowboard, snowshoe and skate rentals extra.