First Mount Seymour Ride of the Season


Saturday, January 31st, 2009 — 10:00pm PST
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Even though Mount Seymour was busy hosting The Yeti today (a race which I originally heard about from MOMAR) I still enjoyed my first ride of the season.

Finally picked up my pass today

Mount Seymour

Mount Seymour

My niece recently learned to ski at Mount Seymour and she’s almost ready to go pro, I swear.

Mount Seymour

Conditions were a bit icy but the flakes were falling, and with a 200-some centimeter base, Seymour is a great bet for local fun in the snow (it’s been my local mountain of choice for the last 17 years). It was pretty much exactly what I needed after such a busy week for my company and for this site. Now that I have my pass I’ll be heading up the mountain much more often, as long as I can find the time.

Events coming up at Seymour
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Canada’s Premier Slopestyle Snowboard Series for all ages and all abilities. Canada’s only three star internationally recognized slopestyle series on the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour.

Valentine’s Chocolate Fondue Tour
A special chocolate fondue tour is scheduled for Valentine’s Day from 7:00pm-9:00pm, Feb 14th. Tour includes a snowshoe guide, snowshoe rental and trail pass, chocolate fondue and fresh fruit, and a hot beverage.

Related posts are tagged with Mount Seymour and Local Mountains.

Current contests on Miss604.com

3 comments

  1. Dwayne says:

    That is one thing I have always wanted to do, that I have never done. Go skiing. It looks beautiful up there on the mountain.

  2. Tyler Ingram says:

    I learnt to ski on Seymour back in elementary.. didnt like it.. but took up Snowboarding.. now I want to go try out Seymour on my board and see how I do!

  3. Tamara says:

    Seymour is awesome. I work up there, haven’t had a chance to get out yet. Definitely worth the time to come up. There is still space in the Valentines Day Fondue tour but it is filling up quick. Call 604-986-2261 to register.

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