Mount Seymour Provincial Park, North Vancouver
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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. Make Mount Seymour Provincial Park part of your personalized North Vancouver itinerary using our North Vancouver vacation route planner.
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Wir sind bei dem Mountainbike-Verleih "endless biking" in Nord Vancouver gestartet und konnten so mit dem Fahrrad den Seymour Park erkunden. Wundervolle Landschaft und ein tolles Waldgebiet. Die Strec... read more »We started at the mountain bike rental "endless biking" in North Vancouver and could explore the Seymour Park with the bike. Wonderful scenery and a great forest area. The routes by bike are also ideal for untrained cyclists through the paved paths. For the trails, you should bring some exercise and condition. Lots of fun.show original
This is a natural beauty all year long. In the winter, its the best family ski resort going with that real family feel, not big business. In the remaining three seasons there is wonderful hiking for m... read more »
If you want a challenging road bike ride - ascend this mountain of 1040 m in 12.5 km (roughly 3300 ft in 9 miles) view obscured by clouds and much colder to dress warmly before you scream back down th... read more »
Beautiful. Natural- not paved. Scenic if you make it to the top top. Bears may be present and make sure you always have a torch on you incase you lose your phone charge and not make it back down before dusk. Wear good shoes-no really its not a straight forward hike like grouse grind.
This is a really great place to go for a hike when you don't want to stray too far from the Vancouver area. The area has a couple of easy hikes (like Dog Mountain and Dinky Peak) and couple of more challenging hikes (like First Peak/Second Peak/Third Peak). I love going to the top of First Peak to watch the sunset... you get an amazing view of both the city and the mountains.
Lots to see and do in the summer with biking, hikes and lakes. In the winter the mountain is pretty small compared to the others near but they usually have better snow of the three and you can snowshoe some fun trails
Great hiking here. Can be crowded, and especially annoying when it's very loud tourists. Lots of bugs. Bring bug spray
Great little mountainous provincial park. Boasts quick hikes to panoramic views and little Mystery Lake which is pleasant for a dip in the warmer months.
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