Mount Seymour Provincial Park11 Votes
- Address: Mt Seymour Rd, North Vancouver, BC V7G 1L3, Canada
- Phone: +1-6049869371
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: National Park, Trail, Park, Camp, Family And Kids
Sprawling over 35 sq km, this national park is rich in biodiversity. The park offers scenic hiking and biking trails through the mountainous forests. From the viewpoints, you can see the Mount Baker, Indian Arm Provincial Park and an overview of the Vancouver city. Day-use picnic facility is there. So, you can camp and have a relaxing time till the daylight remains. In winter, you can enjoy Snowshoe trail and Ski Trails. You will get to see some native birds such as Canada Jay, Raven, Steller’s Jay, Chickadee, Kinglet, Sapsucker, Grouse, Siskin, Hawks and animals such as Coyotes, Deer, Black Bears, Cougars, Bobcats, Pine Marten, Douglas Squirrel here on the trail. Horse riding, Fishing, Cycling and Interpretive Programs are other activities permitted here. For an experience of wilderness, you should definitely visit this place.
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Mount Seymour Provincial Park Reviews & Ratings
A steep hike, gives you a great workout! Offers beautiful views of big rocks and mountains. The trail is very rocky, it's a good idea to have a good pair of shoes.
I just love that park. I'll go skiing in the winter, and running / hiking in the summer. Not so easy to access, but once you're there everyone will find something to do, for their level
Our go to place for skiing. We've been coming here for the past 13 years. The ski slopes are better than Grouse Mt.
Way less people than Cypress but of course the mountain is smaller compared to Cypress, but I would still highly recommend it as this is the place i first skied at Foods here are not the best so pack your own lunch before you come The bunny’s hill here are very friendly to beginners
I did a hike up to the top of Mt. Seymour this past Saturday. There was still a lot of snow and it was a little foggy but it was a nice hike nevertheless :) I'd recommend it but maybe do it earlier in the summer for snowshoeing or later if you don't want large patches of snow.