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Mount Seymour Provincial Park

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Mount Seymour Provincial Park

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Explore the natural beauty of the North Shore of Vancouver on this guided tour. Highlights include the chance to cross the Capilano Suspension Bridge, take a walk through suspended walkways over the temperate rain forest, ride a gondola through the forest at Grouse Mountain, and learn about native species like grizzly bears and salmon.
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MarkAndCathy wrote a review Oct 2020
Calgary, Canada579 contributions128 helpful votes
We drove up to the ski resort on Mount Seymour. We didn't have a long day so we chose the 2.5 km hike to Dog Mountain. The hike is relatively easy as long as you don't mind all the roots, mud and uneven footing. The view at the top would be spectacular on a clear day (we had a lot of smoke so we could barely make out the Inlet. We are probably spoiled with hiking in the Rockies but the crowd on the trail on a Saturday was just a little too much. Lots of time standing still waiting for people to pass. No peace and quiet. We won't pick any hiking close to Vancouver again.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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jcn_uk wrote a review Aug 2019
Barcelona, Spain678 contributions163 helpful votes
We visited in the summer, so no ski related information. It is a good and free hike up the mountain, and you might encounter a few black bears around. The views from the top (if the skies are clear) are great. The ski lift is operational, but it felt like a very expensive option at CAD 12 per person each way. Much better to walk. The drive to the base of the mountain is also very beautiful. North Vancouver (well, any part of Vancouver) is incredible.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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hoijai wrote a review Aug 2019
Hong Kong, China546 contributions27 helpful votes
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Hiking is always my favorite activity in Vancouver. We've done the Deep Cove, Lighthouse, Lynn Valley already so we were looking for another EASY hike. I googled and found Dog Mountain as EASY. While we were hiking, some people were on their way back out ...their shoes were so muddy and dirty... my friend asked.. how come everyone's shoes were so dirty. So apparently, a few days before our hike, there was a big rain; hence, the ground was wet, pushy & muddy.......the trail was definitely not as easy as people say (although we see a lot of people walking easily, with kids too).. this hike involves climbing up and down, walking/hiking with care/attention... on the website, it said 2 hours but it took us 3 hours to complete the whole thing.... I enjoy the hike but it was a tiring one....I will go back!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Zeswick wrote a review Aug 2019
North Vancouver, Canada113 contributions24 helpful votes
This park is excellent for the winding drive up the Mountain and breathtaking veiws over looking all of Vancouver and surrounding municipalities. It is a nice time and one can stop for a drink, beverage and some food at the top before exploring the many features available while on top of it all. A nice time and easy to get to and experience.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Bernie M. wrote a review Apr 2019
Vancouver, Canada6 contributions1 helpful vote
Mount Seymour is located about 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver. It's a Provincial Park and has been enjoyed by generations of lower mainland residents. The park offers viewpoints overlooking the city of Vancouver, Mount Baker and east over Indian Arm Provincial Park. Last January, we enjoyed the snow fun boat ride. It was New Year's day festive environment- everyone greets each other 'Happy New Year'. Some loved snow skiing, we joined the snow boat ride, others take souvenir pictures as they frolic snowballs while kids loved creating a snowman.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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