According to the park manager, there is a family of goats living up in Evans Valley in Golden Ears Park. Haven't seen them as yet in many trips up to see the snow caves but will keep my peepers open!
You will need to go on high, brother.
No, not to the heavens, but do the long grind up Alouette Mt. and peruse Blanshard's Needle (the lower reaches, just below where it gets truly vertical).
Saw two nannies and their kids from there yesterday, just as white blobs moving with the naked eye, but distinct with binoculars, even though probably a kilometre's distance.
If you go, take the shortcut trails (Eric Dunning and Switchback) and when you join the Alouette Mt. FSR trail opposite the Memorial trail, head up the FSR until just past the first major switchback where you take another un-named .8km shortcut that rejoins the FSR higher up. From there just follow the Alouette Mt. signs.
Even with shortcuts, give yourself 8+ hours, cause rooty and uneven in various sections.
Best of luck seeing those beauties, but even if not, spectacular views of the Fraser, north to Garibaldi Park mountains, and of course the Needle filling your eyes!