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from the external links, because it is broken. Anyone with a correct replacement, go for it.
- I've restored the link. It should be .asp, not .htm/ Pburka 00:08, 8 December 2005 (UTC)
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- Public access to the mountain is by a Swiss Garaventa aerial tramway, the Grouse Grind hiking trail, or the Old Grouse Mountain Highway (foot and bicycle access only).
Other than noting the road is still used by service trucks, it was actually just Mountain Highway all the way to the top, before it was gated; I'm not sure that there's a street article or would just pipe that link...Skookum1 (talk) 17:53, 23 June 2009 (UTC)
- I emailed Grouse Mountain to confirm that bikes are allowed up mountain highway, but was informed that Bikes are not permitted on the private road. The lower section of the Mountain highway is used by mountain bikers, but you're not allowed to use the Mountain Highway path all the way to the top.