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Mt Seymour

1700 Mt Seymour Rd, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7G 1L3, Canada
+1 604-986-2261
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Locals haunt for Sking

Close to city, very good for casual skiers, who want to ski conveniently. Also good for beginners... read more

Reviewed August 30, 2017
Karen S
First time & last time hiking Mount Seymour

Five of us went to Mount Seymour. All of us scared of Mosquitoes. We did not know there were s-o... read more

Reviewed August 7, 2017
Alice C
Vancouver, Canada
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Mt Seymour has been the choice for Vancouver's outdoor enthusiasts for over 70 years. An easy drive from Greater Vancouver carries you out of the city and into our pristine winter playground where you can take in breathtaking views of Mt Baker, Vancouver Island and beyond. The Wood family took over the operation in 1984 have been proud to share Mt Seymour and continue the long-standing tradition of providing each and every guest with a memorable mountain experience. Whether you're a seasoned pro rider or have never seen snow before, we're excited to share it with you. What makes Mt Seymour different?Mt Seymour is Vancouver's starting gate to winter recreation. We offer something for everyone: skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, winter education programs, snowtubing, tobogganing, great food, and special events. Mt Seymour's elevation and proximity to the Pacific Ocean provides us with the most reliable and consistent snowfall in the region. While snow quality and quantity is important, our most recognized feature is a long-standing tradition of providing fun winter experiences for all abilities and ages! Mt Seymour features the right blend of natural and enhanced terrain. Beginners feel welcome and safe on our many gentle slopes that make learning fun and easy and more advanced skiers and riders appreciate the challenge and variety of the natural features, gullies, and our professionally sculpted terrain parks. Mt Seymour's Ski and Snowboard School offers a wide variety of programs to meet the needs of new and progressing skiers and riders. The school embodies our proud tradition of safety, fun, and learning. Snowtubing and tobogganing at our Enquist Lodge are exciting and accessible activities that are fun for families and friends of all ages. We also offer an excellent snowshoe program and were recently voted the No.1 snowshoe friendly ski resort in North America. We provide, guided tours, over 10 kilometers of dedicated snowshoe trails, and snowshoe rentals.
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1700 Mt Seymour Rd, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7G 1L3, Canada
+1 604-986-2261

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Reviewed August 30, 2017

Close to city, very good for casual skiers, who want to ski conveniently. Also good for beginners, with classes.

Thank Karen S
Reviewed August 7, 2017

Five of us went to Mount Seymour. All of us scared of Mosquitoes. We did not know there were s-o many mosquitoes. Most things are negative. We donated our blood to mosquitoes. There was still snow on the trails and hiking trail rate should be...More

Thank Alice C
Reviewed March 20, 2017

Covered magic carpet, 2-perso chair, or go big by going to the summit. Excellent snowshoe trails. Bring your own food because the cafe and pub are both poor quality.

Thank TravelMamaBear
Reviewed March 6, 2017 via mobile

8 of us went to Mt. Seymour and did some tubing! Cost $22 for 2 hours, 5 for the price of 4 which us handy. You're given a rubber donut which u slide down the slopes on.. fun and exciting but after two or three...More

Thank jasminecora
Reviewed February 27, 2017

As I had never properly been to a ski field nor have I skied before, I wanted to try something easier and snowshoeing was my answer. I couldn't find drop-in snowshoeing tours at Grouse Mountain and so I came to Mt Seymour as they offer...More

Thank WLH_Oz
Reviewed February 27, 2017

Seymour is really just a cash cow designed to squeeze people's money out of their pockets. In our case we were supposed tor receive a discount because our children were in ski school; manager refused to give it to us, because we already paid, and...More

Thank YVRCanada
Reviewed February 21, 2017 via mobile

I went to Grouse when I was in town last year, but we went to Seymour this time. Great idea! The snow was nice, after the fog lifted, the park was fun. Tons of transition around to jump off of things and just take fun...More

Thank Joshua S
Reviewed February 11, 2017

I've been there tons of times, great deals for ski passes and awesome snow all the winter. the ski domain is indeed limited, but there's a lot of backcountry and funny trees tracks to do, especially if you are free rider, or just love getting...More

Thank Gilberto234
Reviewed February 4, 2017

Our kids enjoyed skiing so much at Whistler that we bought them another 3 days pass for our stay in Vancouver. They had a great time and enjoyed the terrain park.

Thank mahk0
Reviewed January 16, 2017 via mobile

We tried to hike Dog Mountain at Mount Seymour but NO PARKING!!! We ended up going to the conservation area and hiked the Juryn trail. It was sunny but very slippery going downhill. Fell a couple of times! Definitely needed cramp ons.

Thank D. W
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Kim B
February 7, 2017|
Response from D. W | Reviewed this property |
Usually by march, the snow is gone but this year could be different with all the snow. Just check their website.
November 16, 2016|
Response from MountSeymour | Property representative |
Good morning, unfortunately we don't have a snow base to have the resort open as of yet, so tubing is closed still. For tubing and tobogganing in general we would recommend waterproof boots and pants and a warm winter... More