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Address: 1700 Mt Seymour Rd, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7G 1L3, Canada
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+1 604-986-2261

Mt Seymour has been the choice for Vancouver's outdoor enthusiasts for over...

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, Vancouver Island and beyond.

The Wood family took over the operation in 1984 have been proud to share Mt Seymour and continue the long-standing tradition of providing each and every guest with a memorable mountain experience. Whether you're a seasoned pro rider or have never seen snow before, we're excited to share it with you. What makes Mt Seymour different?Mt Seymour is Vancouver's starting gate to winter recreation. We offer something for everyone: skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, winter education programs, snowtubing, tobogganing, great food, and special events.

Mt Seymour's elevation and proximity to the Pacific Ocean provides us with the most reliable and consistent snowfall in the region. While snow quality and quantity is important, our most recognized feature is a long-standing tradition of providing fun winter experiences for all abilities and ages!

Mt Seymour features the right blend of natural and enhanced terrain. Beginners feel welcome and safe on our many gentle slopes that make learning fun and easy and more advanced skiers and riders appreciate the challenge and variety of the natural features, gullies, and our professionally sculpted terrain parks.

Mt Seymour's Ski and Snowboard School offers a wide variety of programs to meet the needs of new and progressing skiers and riders. The school embodies our proud tradition of safety, fun, and learning. Snowtubing and tobogganing at our Enquist Lodge are exciting and accessible activities that are fun for families and friends of all ages. We also offer an excellent snowshoe program and were recently voted the No.1 snowshoe friendly ski resort in North America. We provide, guided tours, over 10 kilometers of dedicated snowshoe trails, and snowshoe rentals.

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Great skiing lessons for kids

Our kids (9 and 7) took their first skiing lessons while on holiday in North Vancouver, and possibly because it was still low season before Christmas, they had the slope mostly on... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2013
Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed 20 January 2013

It is a great place to snowshoe in winter and walk in the summer. I especially enjoy the walk over to Dog Mountain.

1 Thank Judy F
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed 11 January 2013

Went snowshoeing at the Discovery Trail Snowshoeing on Mount Seymour... the price was reasonable the trails were excellent, the view was fantastic. 150 meter total elevation gain and 5.5 kilometers of trails ... well worth the time. Excellent for beginners, because there are many loop options. Go and check it out!

Thank Robert H
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Reviewed 9 January 2013

We decided to try out Mount Seymour sled area. It is very close to downtown Vancouver where we stayed. the drive is easy (it was not snowing), we just drive the family Van. There are park person at the parking lot to direct traffic, it is weekend, most of the people there are locals. they have 2 sled area, we... More 

Thank shoppinghelen
Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Reviewed 8 January 2013

Our kids (9 and 7) took their first skiing lessons while on holiday in North Vancouver, and possibly because it was still low season before Christmas, they had the slope mostly on their own. Rental of the ski equipement was practical (they also rent the helmet but not the goggles that you will have to buy onsite), and as we... More 

1 Thank diloo1
Vancouver, Canada
2 reviews
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Reviewed 4 January 2013

Great mountain - close to home and fun, fun, fun! Will be going a lot this winter. The only issue I have is the staff at the rock chute inn- one fellow is quite good- but the rest of the staff are not aware of the customers and they look like they are in pain even being there. No smiles... More 

Thank cwetsch
Vancouver, Canada
1 review
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Reviewed 4 January 2013

If you buy lift passes or lesson packaged be sure to not get injured. Even with a doctor's note you can't get your money refunded. You're tied to this mountain with make up - passes or gift cards. Whether you're out for the whole season or not coming back to the West Coast, you cannot get your money back in... More 

1 Thank Naseam A
Vancouver, Canada
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 12 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 January 2013

Mount Seymour is easily accessible from Vancouver and has the fastest and easiest access to the hills from the main parking lot. The freshly regraded bunny hill and excellent magic carpet provide the perfect space for beginners to get comfortable on the snow. The new quad chair lift is fast and the terrain varied for beginner and intermediate skiers. The... More 

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Point Roberts, Washington
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Reviewed 31 December 2012

Ski area: This is a great and convenient place to ski with some very fun blue and green runs, without the large crowds and waits at Grouse Mountain. Compared to Grouse, this mountain has more locals and fewer tourists. The new ski lift is comfortable and fast. Go to the top for shorter lines when it gets busier at the... More 

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Reviewed 26 November 2012

This is a stunning mountain that is great for both summer and winter enjoyment...skiing is great as is hiking in the non-skiing times.

Thank K H
Surrey, Canada
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 19 helpful votes
Reviewed 7 November 2012

powder powder powder. beauitful place. not the best mountain too go to in the lower mainland, but it is average and on mondays girls board free!

Thank Jaclyn013

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