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Discover exclusive snowshoe trails just 30 minutes from Vancouver!

Wander through old-growth forests and past scenic lakes at your own pace or join one of our popular guided tours.

3 people snowshoeing in snow with snowy trees behind them


Valid from 2pm onwards

Available to purchase on hill 

or via Call Centre

Trail Pass


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Adult (19-59) $17 $39 $10 $20
Youth (13-18) $12 $29 $5 $15
Child (5-12) $11 $23 $5 $15
Tot (4 & under) $6 $6 $0 $0
Senior (60+) $12 $29 $5 $15
Full Season Pass holders** FREE FREE FREE FREE
Value Season Pass holders** 25% off 25% off 25% off 25% off

**Season Pass holders must pre-book, click here for more information. PASS HOLDER perks 


We offer guided tours for individuals, groups, and schools, providing snowshoe programs suitable for everyone!

Chocolate Fondue Tour

Join us for a magical Friday or Saturday evening snowshoe tour under the night sky. Follow our experienced guide through forested trails to a hand-carved snow lounge where you'll enjoy delicious chocolate fondue with fresh fruit and other dipping treats.

Twilight Tour | 2hrs | Age 13+

Twilight Tour

The Twilight Snowshoe Tour offers an unforgettable Friday or Saturday evening experience! Experience Mt Seymour's beautiful trails at night with a knowledgeable guide.

Intro to Snowshoeing | 2hrs | All ages

Intro to Snowshoeing

This tour introduces the basics of snowshoeing, reveals some of the mountain's best snowshoeing spots, and teaches the basic knowledge needed to stay safe in a winter environment. 

Baby & Me | 2hrs

Baby and Me

This snowshoe series is designed by parents with babies, for parents with babies! Enjoy a 90-minute guided snowshoe tour where our qualified guides create a supportive, social and fun atmosphere so you can relax and bond with your baby.

Watershed Tour

Watershed Tour

Explore how snow impacts your drinking water! Join Metro Vancouver staff and Mt Seymour guides on a tour of the peaks towering above the Seymour Valley — where water for 2.4 million residents is collected and stored. Learn about your water supply, Metro Vancouver's role, and warm up with hot cocoa after the hike. These tours are a partnership between Metro Vancouver's Watershed Education Program and Mt Seymour.

Private Guide

Minimum 20 participants, see our groups booking page for more info. 




What should I wear for snowshoeing?

Layers! Dressing in non-cotton (e.g. wool, fleece, polypropylene) light-weight layers with a waterproof jacket and snow/rain pants is the most ideal way to snowshoe comfortably. Don't forget your gloves, toque, warm non-cotton socks, and sturdy, water-resistant winter or hiking boots.

Does Mt Seymour rent boots for snowshoeing?

We have Neo over-boots for rent. They slip over your boots or shoes, reaching up to your shins and are ideal if you don't have water-repellent winter or hiking boots.

What should I bring?

Carrying the 10 essentials is always a good idea. We also recommend waterproof shoes and jacket.

  1. Extra food and water
  2. Navigational/communication devices
  3. Extra clothing
  4. First aid kit
  5. Flashlight
  6. Emergency blanket/shelter
  7. Fire-making kit
  8. Pocket knife
  9. Signaling device (i.e. whistle)
  10. Sun protection

Where are the snowshoe trails?

The Discovery Snowshoe Trails (Goldie Lake, Flower Lake) are run by the resort. The entrance is well-marked and located at the bottom of the Goldie Magic Carpet. The BC Parks/Metro Vancouver Trails (Dog Mountain, Mt Seymour Peak, First Pump) begin from the kiosk near the bottom of the Mystery Express Chair. Please keep in mind that snowshoers are not permitted on the designated ski and snowboard runs nor are they permitted to use the lifts. Check our Interactive Trail Maps page for a map of the Discovery Snowshoe Trails.

Does Mt Seymour have night snowshoeing or lit trails?

No, we do not. For the safety of our renters, we keep closing time close to sunset time throughout the season. The last rentals are allowed out 1-hour before closing. None of the trails are lit, but if you have your own equipment and want to use the BC Parks and Metro Vancouver Trail networks (Dog Mountain, First Peak, First Lake) after dark you can, but should be well prepared and experienced in night backcountry travel.

Where can I take the snowshoe rentals?

You can snowshoe in the Mt Seymour Discovery Snowshoe Trails or you can even bring them on the BC Park and Metro Vancouver trails.

Are dogs allowed on the snowshoe trails?

Yes! Dogs are welcome on all the trails, however, you must keep them on a leash and we ask that you please clean up after them! Dog poop resurfaces in giant disgusting blobs in the spring!

Please note: Dogs are NOT permitted on public tours such as the Discovery, Baby & Me, Chocolate Fondue, etc.

Should I use poles?

We only recommend poles for people with hip or knee injuries, or for added stability if they are carrying a baby or a very heavy pack, however, it is a personal preference. If you still wish to use poles, they are available, just let us know.

If I am a downhill Season Pass Holder, do I receive any snowshoe benefits?

Yes! The benefits you receive are dependent on which Season Pass you have purchased:

Full Season Pass Holders:

  • Free access to the Discovery Snowshoe Trails all season
  • Free daily Snowshoe Rentals all season
  • 15% Off all Snowshoe guided tours 
  • 20% Off Buddy Pass

Value Season Pass Holders:

  • 25% Off Discovery Snowshoe Trail Passes
  • 25% Off daily Snowshoe Rentals
  • 15% Off all Snowshoe guided tours