Nestled in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Mount Seymour has the highest base elevation and the deepest annual snowfall of all the local mountains.
22 km from downtown Vancouver, Mount Seymour has a base elevation of 1,010m and a 1,400m summit.
The resort has varied terrain and consists of 40 percent intermediate, 40 percent beginner and 20 percent advanced. You may enjoy 4 chairlifts and 2 beginner tows. The longest run here is 2.4 km, the vertical drop-nearly 400 m and the average snowfall is 400 cm.
A ski school provides its service to all ages and abilities, and rental services (full ski and snowboard) are available. Groups may experience guided snowshoe adventures with a naturalist.
Cross the Second Narrows Bridge and take the 3rd exit to get there. Drive Mount Seymour Parkway and follow the signs to the provincial park. Go left at Mount Seymour Road (in front of the Mohawk Station). Take the road for 15 minutes to the top of the mountain.
Resort elevation: 930 m
Season duration: November- April
Number of lifts: 5
Number/length of trails: 21
Easiest: 40 %
More Difficult: 40 %
Most Difficult: 20 %
(in US dollars)
|Full Day: || $38||$31||$27||$19|
|Half Day: || $30||$25 ||$22 ||$16 |
Telephone: 604 986-2261
Snow Phone: 604 718-7771
FAX: 604 986-2267