Looking for a great trail in Mount Seymour Provincial Park, British Columbia? AllTrails has 11 great hiking trails, trail running trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 7 moderate trails in Mount Seymour Provincial Park ranging from 1.2 to 4.5 miles and from 406 to 4,557 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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muddy
rocky
2 days ago

Really enjoyed the trail as far as we were able to go. We had to turn back due to a bear sighting. Will definitely attempt again with bear spray

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muddy
rocky
scramble
washed out
4 days ago

not very good for the rainy weather hiking. lots of slippery rocks and washed out areas. still a good run for exercise and beautiful views

hiking
5 days ago

Did this trail on rainy Sunday Morning of 07 sept 2019, the trail is well used , muddy and lots of root, if looking for longer trail , try suicide bluff trail is before dog mountain peak ( trail is hard to find ) but look for white board before the peak (right hand side)

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bugs
over grown
scramble
7 days ago

I love this route but it’s tough! Way harder than Elsay Lake out and back Trail. We did both the lake trail in and then hit the peak and took the west side of the loop back (the trickiest section!). The boulder field on the way up to the peak was sooo much fun (happy it was dry— the rocks were grippy) There is beautiful clear running water half way thru the boulder field which we definitely needed. The west side of this loop is clearly less travelled. We checked app (thank u AllTrails!) fairly frequently to make sure we were on trail. Be prepared with gps and LOTS of food and water tablets or filter if attempting both. After leaving the peak I don’t think we came across any good streams.

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bugs
rocky
7 days ago

This trail is pretty easy to follow. Must watch closely for cairns on boulders. We took alternate route back - to Elsay Peak and loop back. Moving quickly with only two breaks (15 min at the lake and 10 min at the peak), that took us 9.5 h (29km with 1900m gain) We are very regular hikers/runners used to doing 25-30km/day.

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rocky
8 days ago

I didn’t make it to the peak. I had to turn around because of a mother black bear and her cub. We tried to scare the bears away but the bears wouldn’t budge. It was a beautiful trail though. This trail was pretty steep. I will have to try and summit the peak another time. But it was fun :D But remember: BE BEAR AWARE!

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rocky
9 days ago

Went super early, two other people on the trail. on the way down there were tons of folks coming up. Lovely views!

hiking
11 days ago

Good trail. Easy to follow with flags and cairns. Don’t underestimate the difficulty and time required. I am quite fast and I took 5 hours car to car. I also drained my 3L bladder then refilled (wonderful water at the bottom of the big talus slope before you rejoin with Elsay Lake Trail), and then drank that whole thing. So I used 6L of water for this hike. Amazing views from the top of the gorgeous North Shore backcountry and a bit towards the south (looks like WA has some fires now because it was quite hazy to the south).

hiking
13 days ago

it's a beautiful hike, but doesn't say Brockton trail ANYWHERE. I was very confused the entire time of where to go lol. also.. what's going on with this hiking app? it scrambles my trails and adds up to 20 kms onto each hike. it's very confused?

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muddy
13 days ago

Nice and easy trail

hiking
14 days ago

Took the trails on labour day weekend. Huge crowds but still the views from the three peaks are amazing especially on a clear day that we were fortunate to have. I tried this trail in all seasons and every time we come back we get excited again. The trail is fairly challenging especially the transition between first and second peak and then going to third but if you are in reasonable shape you can do it. Well worth the effort.

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muddy
over grown
rocky
scramble
washed out
14 days ago

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bugs
14 days ago

Fun hike, go early because it gets busy. Was a bit muddy and be prepared to climb over and around lots of tree roots (so wear good shoes or hiking boots). But if you do, you’ll be rewarded with amazing views of the city!

hiking
rocky
scramble
14 days ago

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
washed out
14 days ago

The first 1km of the trail is very well maintained and hood for all types of hikers. After that, the path has degraded to mostly bare roots and rocks. Very tough foot placement for most of the way. I would only recommend this hike for nimble hikers with good gripping foot wear. Will also be fine as a snowshoe route once the snow levels everything out.

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