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Mt Seymour Resort Guide

The Mt Seymour resort guide summary is: Mt Seymour has 5 lifts within its 80 Hectares of terrain that is suitable for all levels, including terrain park enthusiasts. Find location, trail maps and piste maps covering the mountains 329m of vertical range and surrounding area. There are 40 trail at Mt Seymour.


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Mt Seymour Resort Guide

The Mt Seymour resort guide summary is: Mt Seymour has 5 lifts within its 80 Hectares of terrain that is suitable for all levels, including terrain park enthusiasts. Find location, trail maps and piste maps covering the mountains 329m of vertical range and surrounding area. There are 40 trail at Mt Seymour.

Vertical:

Top: 1265m
Arrow
329m
Bot: 936m

Best for:

Beginner level skier
Beginners/
Intermediates

Trails:

40
40%
40%
20%

Hectares of Ski:

80
Snowmaking: —

Mt Seymour Lifts:

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  • ski lift icon3
  • cablecar icon
Total lifts = 5
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Visiting Mt Seymour

Helpful resort information to assist planning your trip to Mt Seymour.

  • Season opens
    1 Dec 2020
  • Season closes
    4 Apr 2021
  • Accommodation
  • Restaurants | Bars
    3 | 1
  • Nearest Airport
    Vancouver
  • Nearest Train Station
  • Tourist Office Website
  • Tourist Office Phone
    +1/604/9862261

Mt Seymour Features

The terrain at Mt Seymour includes:

  • Halfpipes
    N
  • Terrain Parks
    4
  • X-Country
  • Ski Hire

What's it like at Mt Seymour resort?

Mt Seymour is Vancouver’s only family owned and operated ski area delivering a relaxed West Coast feel only 30 minutes drive from downtown Vancouver. Mt Seymour is an extended family of passionate skiers and snowboarders who want to share their excitement for winter recreation with families and individuals across the Lower Mainland. Famous as a place to learn and a place to shred terrain parks, Mt Seymour continues to create new skiers and snowboarders who share lifelong winter memories. Since 1984, the Wood family has owned and operated Mt Seymour and pride themselves on staying true to the mountain’s roots by creating a welcoming, inclusive, family atmosphere for everyone and working with community partners such as The Bloom Group, Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports, The First Nations Snowboard Team, Take a Hike Foundation, and Youth Unlimited. Last season, Mt Seymour’s ‘Shred for the Cause’ Monday evening fundraiser, collected $30k for The Bloom Group who provide progressive social services in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, including low-barrier shelters for women and children. Discover winter above the city at www.mtseymour.ca


Explore Mt Seymour Location Map

Interactive Mt Seymour trail map and piste map. View the piste and trails as well as the surrounding terrain and mountain contours for backcountry action. Find and compare nearby resorts by clicking on the resort markers.


When's the snowiest month to visit Mt Seymour?

NovemberAverage: 3.9 snow days per week
The snowiest week in Mt Seymour is week 3 of November. There are typically 3.9 snowy days during this week with 44cm of snowfall. Check out the Mt Seymour Snow History graphs below.


Visitor Reviews of Mt Seymour

Overall: 3.8 Based on 62 votes and 40 reviews

  • Snowsure 4.0
  • Variety of pistes 3.9
  • Off-piste 3.9
  • Scenery 4.4
  • Apres-Ski 3.4
  • Vote

Choy from Canada writes:

Love this place! The only complaint I have is the parking and on busy days you have to wait in line at the bottom of the mountain in your car. But I guess that helps keep the crowds in check.

They seem to get more snow than the other two local mountains. Not sure how that works but when there's snowfall and I check the reports, they always get a few more CMs, which is great. And even though there are less runs, I find them in better shape.

They have a wide variety of options to get on the slope for cheap. 3-ski day or night only pass, night only season pass that includes weekends, and so on. Many options on the lessons too if you or your kids need to take lessons.

Oh, and the Lodge chair can get very busy which is why I end up mostly avoiding it. Don't know what they can do to fix that. But I do love the wide, long, blue run at the beginning to practice going down steep blue slopes with lots of space for error.

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