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  • Mt. Seymour Partnership

    I grew up riding Seymour so it only made sense when they asked us to sponsor their park staff, we jumped on the opportunity. We are proud to be a Seymour Park staff sponsor. This is our 3rd year working with the mountain. Seymour is the place were we test all our designs and prototypes. It is so close to Wired, making it the perfect partnership. Devun’s Walsh’s home mountain, tons of movies have film in bounds. Mt. Seymour has a rich history within snowboarding.

    Mount Seymour History

    Mt Seymour is Vancouver’s 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. In a time of buyouts and mergers, we pride ourselves on being independent and answerable only to our guests.

    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 which provides progressive social services in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, including low-barrier shelters for women and children.

    Located in the Mt Seymour Provincial Park on Ch’ich eliwxih Mountain (also known as Mount Seymour), the ski and snowboard area's proximity to the Pacific Ocean, eastern aspect, and the high base elevation provide an average annual snowfall of over 1,000cm.

    The ski area's 80 hectares of terrain, which includes 40 hectares lit for night skiing, features gentle slopes where beginners will progress rapidly and excel but also provides advanced skiers and snowboarders with naturally contoured slopes, gullies, tree runs, and terrain parks. 

    Thank you for supporting a Canadian, family owned, business.

    Mt Seymour acknowledges that it operates on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

    Learn more about Mt. Seymour

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