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Hiking Tomorrow in Seymour Provincial Park · Monday, January 2nd

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Organized by: Tim Fisher.

Start: Monday, Jan. 2nd, 8:00 am

Description:

Hi Hikers, I had a great hike today at Mount Seymour Provincial Park. Beautiful sunny weather and great views. I've decided I will go out hiking again tomorrow.

Open invitation for anyone who would like to join me:
- There are seats in my car departing from South Vancouver at 8:00am, or the shuttle to Mount Seymour also leaves from Rupert Skytrain Station
- I am going to stop at an outdoor shop on the way, MEC in North Vancouver to check out the sales.
- Then continue to Mount Seymour Provincial Park. We'll need to catch the free shuttle bus from the park gate up the hill because I don't have snow tires (it comes every 10 minutes).

The hike I want to do is from Deep Cove Lookout (760m) to the top of Mount Seymour via the perimeter trail. I'm not wearing snow shoes just gators which is working fine as the snow is compacted by other hikers. Get in touch if you are interested in joining!

 

 

Posted: 2017-01-01 18:25:41
Last modified: 2017-01-01 20:36:16