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Skip the Line: Kamloops BC Wildlife Park Admission Ticket

Skip the Line: Kamloops BC Wildlife Park Admission Ticket

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Spend some time learning about British ColumbiaÔÇÖs animals at this wildlife rehabilitation center and CAZA accredited facility. Conservation and education are the main goals of the park, where you can see over 200 animals in expansive habitats. It is a perfect place for a family visit, with plenty of activities to keep all ages engaged and interested.
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  • 1 to 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$11.65
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Grouse Mountain Admission

Grouse Mountain Admission

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Escape to the picturesque alpine landscape just outside Vancouver with this admission to Grouse Mountain, a cultural and outdoor park that's perfect for the whole family. Enjoy the chance to observe endangered animals like owls and bears, or watch the park's collection of birds of prey as they soar through the air. You can also enjoy a ride on one of the longest aerial trams in North America, go snowshoeing, and watch a lumberjack show, plus much more. Along with your Grouse Mountain admission, a shuttle is available (first-come first-serve basis) from downtown Vancouver and ride on the park's peak chairlift.
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  • 1 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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