Watershed Snowshoe Tours on Mount Seymour

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Enjoy a different kind of Vancouver walking tour as you step into some snowshoes and discover the connection between the pristine North Shore mountain snow and our drinking water. Metro Vancouver is hosting a dozen watershed snowshoe tours on Mount Seymour this winter where you can learn about your local water supply in a fun and active way.

Snowshoe Tours
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Watershed Snowshoe Tours on Mount Seymour

Join Metro Vancouver staff on a guided tour of the peaks towering above the Seymour Valley; one of three places where water for over 2.4 million residents is collected and stored. Discover local plants and animals that call this alpine area home. After a moderately strenuous hike, warm up with a cup of hot cocoa.

Thursdays 6:00pm to 9:30pm
February 11 (registration code 6336)
February 18 (registration code 6338)
February 25 (registration code 6340)
March 3 (registration code 6342)
March 10 (registration code 6344)
March 17 (registration code 6346)
Saturdays 10:00am to 1:30pm
February 13 (registration code 6337)
February 20 (registration code 6339)
February 27 (registration code 6341)
March 12 (registration code 6345)
March 19 (registration code 6347)

Cost: $18 with own snowshoes; $25 includes snowshoes rental
Registration: Call (604) 432-6359 or book online.

This tour is for ages 13+ (17 and under need to be accompanied by an adult). Must be physically capable of hiking up and down steep sections with snowshoes. Follow Metro Vancouver on Twitter and Facebook for more details.

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