12 Photos That Show How Awesome The North Shore Mountains Are in Winter

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Hollyburn to Fromme, The Needles to The Lions, our rugged North Shore mountains provide recreation and stunning views all throughout the year. In winter, they give the city a snowy-white backdrop, even when it’s 15C in February, and they remind us how close to the vast wilderness our city lies.

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Thanks to those who shared their photos with the Miss604 Flickr Pool, I have put together 12 Photos That Show How Awesome The North Shore Mountains Are in Winter:

You can see the city, but not be in the city
Mount Seymour 2015/16

Vancouver in Winter

Grouse Mountain, Feb. 23, 2013

Evergreens with a blanket of snow

snow dolphins jumping towards the sky

Cypress Mountain, Mt. Strachan side.. on the top of Mount Strachan..

Snowshoe for fitness or for fondue

Snowshoeing with a View

Almost There

Ice skating at the top

Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain

Rain of fog in the city = Snow on the hills

Photo courtesy of Grouse Mountain

Photo courtesy of Grouse Mountain

Enjoying the view

A reminder, especially as we approach the shoulder season, to always be prepared for the terrain and weather conditions and obey all warnings, signs, and instructions for walking trails and snowshoe routes. Follow the advice of North Shore Rescue and stay informed by following them on Twitter.

Related: Where to Snowshoe on the North Shore, Photos of Vancouver from the North Shore in Winter, 10 Vintage Ski Photos From Local Vancouver Mountains.

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