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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...more
1700 Mt Seymour Rd, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7G 1L3, Canada
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Take a lunch and couple of chairs and just go enjoy the views. I have heard the hill is very busy at times and inconvenient to ski during ski season but we like to head up the mountain to embrace the views, get some fresh...More
Will do my best to summarize our day here. It was a beautiful day but it had just snowed 2 days ago so we decided to head to Seymour to snowshoe.
My review is just for snowshoeing. its a great place for beginners with snowshoeing...More
Drove up the parkway towards the mountain, only to find the traffic stopped. We didn't know if there was an accident or construction, but no one moved for almost 30 minutes. Finally I called the ski hill to ask what was going on. They told...More
We skied Mt.Seymour on a recent holiday and really enjoyed ourselves there. The runs were interesting and of decent length and the views were amazing from up there especially looking over the entire Greater Vancouver area, wowzer. You can take a transit bus to the...More
I went there along with my cousins. I thoroughly enjoyed snow tubing. I have atleast tried it 4 times. The staff there was friendly. I lost my goggles and they helped me to search even though the park was closed. They took the number and...More
I paid $100 to watch one person out of our 7 person group get a private lesson because their skill level wasn't properly matched. When I reached out to Seymour Ms. Connor's solution was to ask me to pay more for another session....More
We are more than grateful that Seymour has created a place where our entire family can ski together. Our youngest son is 5 and in a wheelchair. Through the Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sport program that is held at Seymour and run by amazing volunteers, our...More
After good snow and during the school holidays Seymour can get a bit busy and some patience is helpful BUT credit where credit is due... this mountain ticks many many boxes; accessible, affordable, safe, friendly, fun. As a family that lives nearby we feel very...More
The lines never end for the lifts at least 30 to 45 minutes. Restaurant awful over an hour from when we ordered until when we received our hamburgers. 2 hamburgers with fries over an hour. My first and last trip here a little cheaper than...More
I remember now why I go to Grouse instead of here. Lines are huge and poorly managed, the Chute bar and grill took half an hour to take my order, and that’s after I waited nearly half an hour to be seated. DO NOT WASTE...More