5.7 km away
Follow a heavily forested ridge to one of Vancouver's lesser known peaks
- 20 km
- 1.5 km
- 1.5 km
A scrambly hike to the summit of Mt. Seymour
The trail leaves from the northwest corner of the parking lot, just to the left of the Mystery Chair. The steepest path heads through the woods, along rocky trail. Keep an eye out for trail markers as there are numerous options to head towards Dog Mountain, or Suicide Bluff. The Seymour Trail becomes meadowy as you near Brockton. Head down and eastward along the flank f Pump peak, before turning back up into a small alpine valley. Here the trail becomes quite rocky and the trail becomes faint or disappears amongst the rocks. Small orange diamonds mark the best trail from here. The route descends briefly, before climbing back upwards on marginal trail to the summit of Tim Jones peak. The opposite side descends through a very interesting root system, and then it is a short scrambly section gains the summit.
Hiking trails where obstacles such as rocks or roots are prevalent. Some obstacles can require care to step over or around. At times, the trail can be worn and eroded. The grade of the trail is generally quite steep, and can often lead to strenuous hiking.