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The track takes you 850m up the mountain and is a difficult and strenuous climb – but can be thrilling if you're into heart attack defying hikes.

A hundred thousand people try it every year, making Grouse the most hiked mountain in world.

Try on your dress and while the dress is on, pin your feathers in place …just around the top, where you want them to start.

If you’re planning a higher waist, it would probably look better belted, so begin your feathers directly below where the belt would sit.

Try the Templeton for free range eggs, organic sausages, and the signature rosemary roasted potatoes.

See all cafés in Vancouver With the first dusting of snow on the local mountains, Vancouverites eagerly look north and assess their skiing options: the three areas within easy reach – Cypress, Grouse and Seymour – are within a mere half an hour of downtown.

If all that strolling and winding has left you in need of organic Fairtrade coffee, you can find it in friendly little Agro Café at 1363 Railspur Avenue.

See all markets in Vancouver Locally known as 'Mother Nature's Stairmaster', the Grouse Mountain Grind path is built largely of big wooden steps.

For tours with a twist try the North Van Green tour ( – the vehicles run on vegetable oil and plunge deep into the city's surrounding natural beauty spots such as Seymour Mountain Forest.

Simply re-route to the Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden with its covered walkways and pavilions rimmed with hand-made drip tiles.

In a downpour, roof water flows from the drip tiles like a crystal bead curtain.

All provide terrain for skiing, boarding and snowshoeing (simple and growing in popularity).

Thanks to great floodlights, the runs are open until around 10pm seven days a week during the main season. See all winter sport venues in Vancouver It rains buckets in Vancouver but don't let that put a damper on your plans.

For tours with a twist try the North Van Green tour ( – the vehicles run on vegetable oil and plunge deep into the city's surrounding natural beauty spots such as Seymour Mountain Forest.

Simply re-route to the Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden with its covered walkways and pavilions rimmed with hand-made drip tiles.

In a downpour, roof water flows from the drip tiles like a crystal bead curtain.

All provide terrain for skiing, boarding and snowshoeing (simple and growing in popularity).

Thanks to great floodlights, the runs are open until around 10pm seven days a week during the main season. See all winter sport venues in Vancouver It rains buckets in Vancouver but don't let that put a damper on your plans.

There's an easier way to get up too, the Skyride: a giant airborne gondola that departs every 15 minutes.