Mount Seymour Provincial Park, North Vancouver

4.6
#4 of 7 in Nature in North Vancouver
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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  • Ski area did not take advantage of the top view is sufficient. Beautiful views over the climb. In the middle of the Lake (remember the name Annam ㅠ ㅠ) is tracking the way beautiful.
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  • The mountain and the Park are wonderful, but 99% .9% is suited for skiing. The good part is that parking is free and has no cable car, i.e. you only spend the transportation to get there.
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  • My son was in Vancouver studying, I was in Brazil doing research, always here on TripAdvisor where he could go for a walk, one of the places it could not be in the mountains, one of them was the Mount Seymour, he sent me amazing pictures, was twice a alone there cannot do Ski lesson or rent ski equipment because you need an adult, rented snowshoes for hiking, loved, sent me videos and beautiful photos, the other was with the school and then can do lessons and skiing. Told me that experience was great, loved teachers and had a great time. And has lower cost than other mountains. It is worth visiting.
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  • Beautiful area! So much to do here, both during the summer and the winter - hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, it's all here. I'm more of a hiker, and I just tried snowshoeing here for the first time. The rental rates are reasonable - $27 for the whole day - and there are a wide variety of trail options to choose from. If you're wanting something quicker and easier, the Dog Mountain trail offers big bang for your buck when it comes to the view you get after only about an hour of easy going hiking. Overall, an amazing spot - anticipate it to get extremely busy, particularly during long weekends.
  • The mountains not the greatest compared to the other local ones; however, it offers great bang for buck. The runs are sorry so you don't really get tired. The only real downside is they have just two lists so line ups can be long. It is a good beginner mountain as it has some decent small greens. Watch out for flat parts on other runs especially if you board.Plus it isn't as busy as the larger mountains. If you looking for a quick escape that's closer to town you can't go wrong.
  • Great place for snowshoeing. Think twice before renting snowshoes if you are going to Dog Mountain (and possibly some other trails). We see many people carrying their rented snowshoes because they find it easier without given that the trail is well traveled and thus the snow well compacted. If I did not own snowshoes I would just go without, but I find it easier with the proper gear.
  • Went for snowboarding lessons. The instructor, Lauren, was awesome. She was very nice and a good source of information. I definitely recommend going as early as possible because it can get busy on beautiful, sunny, clear days and parking quickly becomes hard to find. The rental process was easy and equipment was in good shape. Highly recommended!
  • Went hiking on dog mountain trail with my 11lb miniature poodle on Christmas eve. There hasn't been much fresh snow, so I was able to hike with cleats, rather than wearing snowshoes. Trail wasn't too busy but had many dogs off-leash which made me feel uncomfortable as several of them were rather too friendly by almost jumping on my dog. It's a leash-required trail but I was genuinely surprised to see that no dogs were leashed except for mine. I wish the rule can be emphasized more. Other than that, the trails themselves were well kept and the view was okay.
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