Mount Seymour Provincial Park, North Vancouver

4.6
#7 of 27 in Parks in North Vancouver
State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Drive just 30 minutes from the city to be in the lush environs of mountain wilderness at Mount Seymour Provincial Park. Here you'll find various lookout points over the city, as well as neighboring verdant parkland. Various trails to suit a number of experience levels are positioned within the park, as well as picnic tables and plenty of opportunities to view wildlife and birds. The park also offers ski slopes. Using our custom trip planner, North Vancouver attractions like Mount Seymour Provincial Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We had a fab day out on Mount Seymour with our grown up family. I think me and hubby were the oldest snow tubers on the day and provided great amusement to everyone as we struggled on and off the...  more »
  • Beautiful place to go snowshoeing and great workout.. Season pass is $40. Safe as masks are enforced and no lineup as you have to book time slots.  more »
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  • It's a great please for skiing and snowboarding! How ever rentals are not the best quality.. also service is not the best. The shuttle bus that they offer is really cool and easy to take. Great help to get to the mountain. But it's a really good mountain to get started or to get confidence at skiing. I don't do snowboarding, but it looks like a lot of people go there because of the special trails. The views to the city are really worth it. In conclusion I had a great time and experience. Definitely going back!
  • Love Mt.Seymour for snowshoeing and hikes. The only problem is you have to go very early (like 7 am) if you want to get a parking spot. We went at 11 and we were all turned away because there was no parking, which was a bummer. Fun snowshoe trails though, so worth setting your alarm early! I actually learned how to snowboard on this mountain a couple years ago and really enjoyed the lesson..

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