Staying inside during the winter can lead to seasonal depression, causing the body to oversleep, socially withdraw, and eventually morph into an unwound grandfather clock. Fight solstice sulking with today's Groupon to Mt. Seymour. Choose between the following options:
For $22, you get an adult lift ticket (up to a $44.50 value).
For $13, you get an adult full-day snowshoe trail pass with snowshoe rental (up to a $26.50 value).
Mt. Seymour's snowcapped peaks, side-winding trails, and clustered pine trees crystallize into the perfect winter wonderland for skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and more. Strap into the lift and enjoy repeated majestic glides up the mountain, soaking in scenic views of Vancouver, the Islands, and lumberjacks smearing pancakes on maple trees. Discovery Snowshoe Trails are thoroughly marked sylvan labyrinths reserved exclusively for snowshoers, boasting two glassy lakes and thick, old-growth woods. Tundra trailblazers can trek through a variety of terrain and loop options, scouting for tracks and keeping their ears open for birdcalls and the sobs of lost snowmen. All hikers can bind their boots with a variety of polar pontoons from brands including Tubbs, Atlas, MSR, and GV, with snowshoes also available for toddlers.
Trails are monitored by Mt. Seymour's staff, and the website and Snowshoe Adventure Centre provides a map as well as updates on weather and avalanche conditions. This deal is valid until Mt. Seymour closes for the season, which depends on snowfall and whenever Old Man Winter is cajoled into retirement by Supervisor Sun.
- As a snowshoeing paradise... this mountain rules. – Peter S., Yelp, 3/19/10
- Of the local hills, I've got a soft spot for Seymour. It's basic and unpretentious, but has all the offerings: ski runs and snowboard terrain parks, a toboggan run with a special rope tow, and a pretty, groomed set of snowshoe trails. – Christine R., Yelp
Mt. Seymour Resorts
When it comes to winter sports, Mt. Seymour doesn’t discriminate. Skiers can speed down slopes that see more than 1,000cm of snow in an average year, then zip back to the top of the runs on a quad chair lift that reduces travel time from 12 minutes to 4 minutes. Elsewhere, Seymour Park dares snowboarders to tackle the 30 trick features of its well-lit terrain. Soar across two jumps and grind on a 30' single rail.
1700 Mount Seymour Rd.
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