Enjoy an epic workout, free beer, and a stunning 360º view of Vancouver every Tuesday this March!

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Craving an epic workout and missing the Grouse Grind? Vancouver’s annual Urban Grind is coming back this March for another year of burning leg muscles!

The Urban Grind is a popular weekly event hosted every Tuesday in March at Vancouver’s Harbour Centre. It boasts a 633-step climb that takes participants to the top of the tower for amazing views over the city.

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Enjoy an epic workout, free beer, and a stunning 360º view of Vancouver every Tuesday this March!

March Into Wellness – Your Guide to March 2020 Events in Vancouver

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It’s a leap year, which means you’ve got an extra day to keep your 2020 wellness goals on track! Leap into March 2020 at these fitness and wellness events in Vancouver.

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March Into Wellness – Your Guide to March 2020 Events in Vancouver

Get in Shape Fast with the 2018 Urban Grind at the Harbour Centre

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Hoping to get your butt into shape before the fast approaching summer season? The annual Urban Grind is happening again this March, giving you the change to climb the Harbour Centre stairs to the iconic Vancouver Lookout observation deck.

It’s one heck of a workout and you can do it rain or shine! The Urban Grind will take place between 4:30 – 6:30pm every Tuesday in March (6, 13, 20 & 27) and will include entertainment and a free beer!

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Get in Shape Fast with the 2018 Urban Grind at the Harbour Centre

633 More Steps to Go… The 2017 Urban Grind Comes Back to the Vancouver Lookout

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During the winter season it can be hard to stay in shape when your couch looks so inviting and your sweatpants feel so comfortable. It’s dark, cold, there’s snow on the trails… Millions of excuses not to get out and get in shape! However, the Vancouver Lookout at the Harbour Centre is bringing back a fun excuse to exercise starting in March with their Urban Grind series.

Similar to the infamous Grouse Grind, this Urban Grind features steps – lots and lots of steps! Actually 633 steps in total, to be exact. For this grind, you’ll be tackling 28 flights of stairs, but it’s worth it for what’s waiting at the top!

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633 More Steps to Go… The 2017 Urban Grind Comes Back to the Vancouver Lookout

Tackle the Urban Grind this March in Vancouver

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Want to get really, really strong leg muscles? Looking for an excuse to exercise in the city with a unique activity that ends with an excellent view of Downtown? You’re in luck!

This March, the Harbour Centre is inviting everyone to get their heart rates up and their calf muscles burning by climbing the Urban Grind – the stairs to the top of the iconic Vancouver lookout. With the Grouse Grind closed for winter, this is the perfect opportunity to get a similar workout without the hassle of walking through nature.

On March 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29th, the 553-foot-tall Harbour Centre in downtown Vancouver will open up its 40 flights of stairs to fitness buffs to get some amazing exercise with an added reward…

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Tackle the Urban Grind this March in Vancouver

Grouse Grind Closed? Try the New “Urban Grind” inside the Stairwell of the 553-Foot Harbour Centre

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Photo credit: GoToVan | Flickr

The Grouse Grind may be Vancouver’s most famous (and gruelling) hike. The steep, 2.9-kilometre trail up the face of Grouse Mountain has a total of 2,830 steps, earning it the nickname Mother Nature’s Stairmaster. Each year, 150,000 people make the ascent.

But during winter – when the trail is often closed due to weather conditions – all those “Grouse Grinders” are generally out of luck, with no place to blast their quads and gluts. Except this year.

This March, the 553-foot-tall Harbour Centre in downtown Vancouver is opening up its 40 flights of stairs to fitness buffs. Continue reading:
Grouse Grind Closed? Try the New “Urban Grind” inside the Stairwell of the 553-Foot Harbour Centre