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Mount Seymour

Vertical Rise:
330 m
Base Elevation:
935 m
Apline Elevation:
1265 m
Downhill Trails:
39
Ski Lifts:
4
Facilities:
Black Diamond Runs
Blue Square Runs
Green Circle Runs
night skiing available
Accessible Backcountry
Mount Seymour has 39 runs serviced by 4 lifts. It opens for night skiing. Backcountry terrain is accessible.
Terrain Park:
Large Features
Medium Features
Small Features
Seymour terrain park contains large and medium and small features. [Open Park Report]
Other Activities:
tubing/sliding
snowshoeing
Visitors can partake in other activities like tubing/sliding and snowshoeing at Seymour.
Current Mount Seymour Conditions:
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This the only family operated mountain on the North Shore, is fittingly tucked away behind the hustle and bustle of the city of Vancouver. Head up the windy mountain road to avoid the crowds and everything that comes along with them. All you will find up here is three double chairs and a rope tow [now 1 quad, 2 doubles, and a magic carpet], but you will likely be shredding with few other people and have access to the North Shore's most expansive backcountry terrain. With just over 330 metres of vertical within the boundaries of the mountain you really have to work with the terrain to make the most of Seymour's limited steeps and lengthy flat sections.

The upside you ask? When you are located on the coast of B.C. you get tons of snow, so with an average snowfall of somewhere around 1000 cm a season the snow can sometimes cause you to forget about the size of the mountain. The chairs are slow and the line ups can get big on sunny weekends, but you will be hard pressed to find a hill anywhere with the feel of Seymour.
Official Website:
mountseymour.com

Snow Phone:
604 986 2261

Established in 1937

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