NORTH VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Search and rescue teams extracted a hiker from Grouse Mountain Monday morning after she found herself stranded on a cliff.
North Shore Rescue said at 9:35 a.m. that crews were heading in to find out where exactly she was.
She was stuck on the south side of the mountain.
NSR ground crews have successfully extracted stranded female hiker off Grouse.
— North Shore Rescue (@NSRescue) July 1, 2019
Just after noon, the rescue group tweeted it had extracted the woman.
This comes after a busy Sunday, with teams responding to a number of calls throughout the day.
NSR says a number of members were kept in town to deal with any potential rescues through the Canada Day long weekend.
The group is reminding anyone who plans to hike or be in rugged terrain to be prepared.