Explore the most popular skiing trails in British Columbia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
14 days ago

Was here on Nov 28. It was a perfect day to go all the way up to Mount Seymour. Beautiful scenery, winterwonderland. Great duration of this hike - took us about 4 hours to get to first peak and back. Conditions were tough but it is achievable. Would do it again for sure!

hiking
15 days ago

Lots of snow but packed down so easy to do with just hiking boots. Crampons would have been good to have - bring if you have them. Great view from the peak. We also did the hike to Tim Jones Peak. Not as trekked out but still manageable with only boots.

hiking
25 days ago

Just a heads up regarding trail conditions based on hiking there Sunday November 18, 2018. The trail is icy in sections and dangerous unless wearing Yacktracks or similar spikes; poles also recommended but not necessary.

The trail was crowded including many people in running shoes and lacking any additional layers of clothing. In addition, although leash is required at all times on dogs, only 1 dog out of at least 100 on the trail was on a leash including aggressive dogs with ignorant owners.

Also take note that the trail is poorly marked and it's easy to get lost. Cell service is spotty and GPS apps don't show the trails properly likely because of the lack of proper blazes at key points.

Aside from the warnings, this is a challenging trail and is rewarding. Allow yourself enough time, pack food, water and extra layers, wear spikes, consider poles, watch out for dogs and enjoy!

We tried! But turned around as it was pretty icy. Made the safety call. Unfortunately another lad did not and did in her ankle and needed rescue.. So proper shoes and ice gear highly recommended now. We went to Dog instead, but it had some icy parts as well. Beautiful day, but be safe!

great hike, lots of rocks....with snow and ice everywhere, as we found today, poles were very handy. great views.

hiking
1 month ago

Incorporated this into the Pump Peak trail. nice views from the peak. Lower end of moderate.

hiking
1 month ago

Fun trail. Mostly rocky terrain, some forest scramble and light climbing at the end. Rewarding peak and a well marked trail. Would recommend to beginners with a reasonable fitness level.

hiking
1 month ago

It was hard to find, hence the name I suppose lol, but worth it!

1 month ago

Great trail but don’t stop at Mystery Lake. Lots of things to explore in that area so hike past the lake and you will see some amazing viewpoints

Did this Oct 13/18. Great hike, hard but well worth it.

hiking
1 month ago

Magical spot. Short hike, about an hour round trip. Perfect after work hike during summer. Lots of little spots to explore and take pictures from.

no fee for parking. bring water, no good place to fill your bottle at parking lot. take ski run , not trail for first 2km

hiking
1 month ago

missed a turn to ridge trail and ended up doing the goat mountain instead. but I loved it. you can take for CAD 15 the gondola down. A must do option. Can someone edit hike description to mention this there

hiking
2 months ago

Did this today. It’s a moderately hard hike. It took just under 4 hours including stops and going at a moderate pace. Beautiful views. This hike has signage most of the way. You can go around dam mountain and around little goat. Add time if you include these smaller peaks on the way. Chains for the final ascent are helpful it’s closer to 8km from the chalet and back. Not the 6km mentioned. The 13km is if you hike up the grouse grind or bcmc first.

on Mystery Lake

hiking
2 months ago

like all north shore mountain hikes, this one doesn't disappoint. a bit slow going at times, lots of roots and rocks. nice viewz

This was a wonderful hike!!

2 months ago

Rewarding hike. On a clear day, there are great views all along the way.

Fun, challenging path. Many people and dogs on the trail. View from Mt Seymour is beautiful and very windy. Wear layers and shoes with good treads.

Beautiful fall hike close to Vancouver! Not busy early in the morning!

hiking
2 months ago

Definitely not an EASY ascent, with the high steps between roots and rocks. But not the hardest hike I've ever done by any means

hiking
2 months ago

My fav so far - technical terrain but great for kids as well, lots of rocks, roots, streams of water, flowers and great spot for a snack break by the lake. Fog was a bonus!

Great hike. Near the summit there are 35-45 degree rocks to climb, kind of sketchy when wet.

Beautiful views!!! In light of the sight restrictions due to all the fire smoke this summer, we had spectacular views today. The 360 view from the top of the first peak were great. We were a
Little surprised to see snow clinging to the tops of some of the more distant mountains but it sure enhanced the scene.

hiking
3 months ago

Excellent. No bugs! Lots if people but still great. Tough hike up - steep grade but well marked. Very pretty.

hiking
3 months ago

Nice trail with junction trail to mount Seymour. We spotted a bear on our way back. You can find tons of berries in the trail.

hiking
3 months ago

Did it right after the grouse grind. Took less than an hour from the chalet go, and 30 min return. Fun run.

3 months ago

We spotted a bear on our way down the trial today around 6.30 pm... but the weather and hike was nice..

Great Hike

hiking
3 months ago

Fun trail and amazing view at the top. Not really any bugs in early August. Quite busy though, and also very exposed to the sun. I went on a hot day with my dog and I’m lucky I brought so much water.

Poor access. ok views. half of it is in old logged areas. dog friendly cabins are great. better in the winter as a back country skiing trip.

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