Chair lift systems quickly transport visitors to the top of the Mystery Peak, where they can start their adventure and explore the park
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What You'll Get
- Opening times: from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
- Free admission for children 4 and under
- Height restrictions: must be over 1 meter or 3.3 feet
- What to wear: platform shoes, flip-flops, and high heels are discouraged
- Chair lift operates Friday-Sunday and holidays only. Click here for more info.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2019. All sales final. Valid only for 2019 Scenic Lift. May buy 2 tickets and 2 as a gift. Must use in one visit. Children 4 years of age or under are free providing they meet the height restrictions. They will still need a lift ticket to ride the chairlift, these can be obtained from the Bear's Den. No riders under 1 meter or 3.3 feet. No animal riders (dogs, cats or any other animal). Scenic chair rides are not included in the purchase of a ski/snowboard/snowshoe Season Pass. Guests must be able to approach the chairlift load station under their own power. Guests are not allowed to carry loose items on the lift; backpacks should be placed on the front of the rider. All chairlift passengers should wear durable shoes that provide support and adequate protection from irregular ground; elevated platform shoes and high heels are discouraged. Any other special cases shall be decided upon by the sound judgment of the lift manager. Must redeem the voucher in The Bear's Den. Chair lift operates Friday-Sunday and holidays only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mt Seymour
Whether it's summer or wintertime, Mt Seymour doesn’t discriminate when it comes to fun and scenic outdoor activities. When the sun is shining bright and the leaves are green, visitors can glide over the forest on the Mystery Peak Express Chairlift and gaze at the hills of evergreen trees where wildlife abounds. And when the temperatures drop, skiers can speed down slopes that see more than 1,000cm of snow in an average year before zipping back to the top on the chairlift.