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What You'll Get
Reverse skiing up a mountain is only possible during full moons on the summer equinox, which is why Rube Goldberg invented ski lifts. Harness the power to tackle mountains and their fickle gravity with today’s Groupon to Mt. Seymour Resorts in North Vancouver. Choose between the following options:
- For $23, you get a full-day adult lift ticket (a $51.52 value).
- For $13, you get a full-day snowshoe rental and snowshoe trail pass (a $30.24 value).<p>
Nestled among snowy mountains and spectacular Vancouver views, Mt. Seymour Resorts trains and challenges snow trekkers with its bountiful descents, trails, and topography. The resort sequesters 10 kilometres of thoroughly marked forested trails exclusively for snowshoers, and provides an extensive selection of Tubbs, Atlas, or MSR gear for rental. Partakers can navigate beginning crests, undertake hill training and sprints on various loops, or bask in stunning scenery that includes two lakes and old-growth forests replete with animal tracks, bird calls, and local yetis constructing half-pipes in their backyards.
Mt. Seymour’s lifts escort riders to slopes geared toward beginning skiers and snowboarders; terrain parks replete with jumps, jibs, and shark teeth whittled into ramps treat more advanced partakers to airborne excursions. Mt. Seymour Resorts also keeps patrons abreast of the latest snow and avalanche conditions with frequently updated reports.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Snowshoe rental is subject to availability. Valid until 3/31 or until mountain closes for season. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.