The Urban Grind is Back at Harbour Centre


A 633-step climb every Tuesday in March


This March will mark the return of Harbour Centre’s Urban Grind. Vancouverites are invited to get their heart rates up by climbing the stairs to the iconic Vancouver Lookout.

The Urban Grind comes with great perks. Participants will be rewarded at the top with a stunning 360º aerial view of Vancouver, a refreshing beer, and DJ entertainment. Climbers have the ability to customize their workout by completing the route as many times as they like during the allotted time. Additionally, every participant will receive a $5 Harbour Centre Food Court voucher to redeem at any of the Food Court vendors on site.

People looking to kick-start their fitness, connect with friends or colleagues, or get ready for the upcoming hiking season.

Every Tuesday in March – March 6, 13, 20, and 27
4.30 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.

Harbour Centre lobby
555 West Hastings Street

COST: $5 (includes unlimited circuits between 4.30 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.)
Includes one beer and DJ entertainment.
Climbers will also receive a $5 Harbour Centre Food Court voucher. /
@harbour_centre @VanLookout

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One thought on “The Urban Grind is Back at Harbour Centre

  1. It”s amazing how much climbing wall and indoor gyms have changed the sport. With so much progress, looks like the Olympics are now adding the sport. I doubt America is happy about the event, we tend to fall far behind our European counterparts, but nice to see climbing is getting noticed. While this means greater impact on the outdoors, it should also help educate none climbers that the activity is a sport, not just an adrenaline fix fr junkies.

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