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Photos of Vancouver in the Snow

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Snow hit Vancouver on December 5th, giving the city its first official snow day since 2014 and bringing with it both traffic chaos and peaceful playtime in the fluffy white flakes. Since its such a rarity, many took to social media to share their photos of our pre-winter wonderland, here are some of my favourites: […]

SnowSeekers BC Snow Stories for March 2016

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Over at SnowSeekers they are still in ski mode and will be until the last deck party and the last slush cup has been awarded. They love the snow and the culture that surrounds it. SnowSeekers sent their correspondents to the big and the small to discover the history behind many of our beloved resorts. […]

Mount Seymour Snowshoe Chocolate Fondue Tour

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Snowshoeing is so hot right now! Explore forest trails on a snowy mountain-top on your own or sign up for a guided snowshoe tour at Mount Seymour this season. Tours offered include Legends and Lanterns, Discovery, Baby & Me, SnowFit, Winter Skills, and private guided tours. One more popular tour, featuring Chocolate Fondue, is offered […]

Shred for the Cause at Mount Seymour

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Vancouver’s largest ski and snowboard charity fundraiser is back! Monday night fundraisers return January 25th and for a minimum donation of $10, women can Shred for the Cause at Mount Seymour. Shred for the Cause For the 2016 season, women can ski or snowboard from 6:00pm to 10:00pm every Monday at Mount Seymour for a […]

Photos of Vancouver From the North Shore Mountains in Winter

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We spend so much time looking up and over at the mountains in Vancouver. Luckily, thanks to their accessibility, through trails in the summer and powder-covered slopes in the winter, we get almost as many chances to look down at the city from their peaks. Vancouver From the North Shore Mountains in Winter A photo […]