Cypress Mountain & Eagle Coaster

Cypress Mountain is Vancouver’s only big mountain experience, Located in West Vancouver within Cypress Provincial Park. Just a 30-minute drive from downtown Vancouver, Cypress Mountain offers outdoor enthusiasts plenty of activities including skiing, riding, cross country skiing, snow tubing, snowshoeing, hiking and downhill mountain biking. Cypress Mountain Resort is extremely pleased to announce the installation of a Eagle Mountain Coaster gravity thrill ride now open during the summer months!

Prepare for an exhilarating adventure as you embark on a thrilling journey with The Eagle Coaster. Departing from the top of Black Mountain, this captivating ride spans over 1700 meters and boasts an impressive vertical drop of 279 meters. Brace yourself for a gravity-fueled escapade that twists and turns, providing an adrenaline-pumping experience like no other.

Control your own speed using the handbrake, allowing you to tailor the intensity of your ride. Safely reach thrilling speeds of up to 40 km per hour as you immerse yourself in the summer air and take in the breathtaking landscape of Vancouver and beyond.

The Eagle Coaster is not just an activity for the daring; it’s also family-friendly and suitable for all ages and physical capabilities. Even young tots as young as 3 years old can share in the excitement by riding in the lap of an adult, ensuring that the thrills are accessible to everyone.


Cypress Mountain is the largest local mountain, considerably larger than its sister mountains, Grouse Mountain & Mt Seymour. Cypress Mountain is the ideal place to tackle adventure or learn a new sport. Cypress Mountain offers 52 runs for skiers, snowboarders, snowshoeing trails for all abilities, as well as 16 kilometres of groomed and track-set trails for fans of Nordic skiing.

2010 Winter Olympics

Cypress Mountain was the official freestyle skiing and snowboard venue for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Freestyle skiing events included aerials, moguls and ski cross, while snowboard events include half-pipe, parallel giant slalom and snowboard cross. The Mountain was transformed into a world-class recreation mountain, with the addition of a new permanent day lodge, 40 hectares of new terrain, a new high-speed chairlift, parking upgrades, Terrain Park and much more.


Getting There

Cypress Mountain Express Bus

If you don’t have a vehicle or proper winter tires, you can catch the Cypress Mountain Express Bus at the Lonsdale Quay Seabus Terminal and at Park Royal Mall.

Top of Cypress Bowl Road in Cypress Provincial Park



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