#5 Seymour Valley

An easy car-free ride in the North Shore Mountains to the Seymour Falls Dam. The route meanders along an undulating trailway through a forest of tall trees. A great ride on a hot summer’s day… under the canopy of  hundred-year-old trees. Take a picnic with you on this one!

How to Get there: From Ironworkers Memorial Bridge, Exit 22A Lillooet Road, LEFT/NORTH Lillooet Rd past Capilano College, North Vancouver Cemetery to Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve, upper parking lot

Link to printable map

PROOF-RIDING NEEDED (read more here)

 

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1. Get the MAPLETS app from the App Store: http://www.mobilemaplets.com
2. Search “#5 Seymour”  … It works! I followed it today … hope you enjoy!

Seymour Lake Viewpoint

Trail News & Updates: New bridge coming 2017

Rider’s Notes: “Spur 4 route is very hilly, steep in some sections, with rougher terrain and boardwalks, though that was fun.” 

Giant Cedar on East side of Seymour River

Old Growth Trail

Bear Island Bridge joins trail on east side of river

Spur 4 Route (for advanced + adventuresome riders)

Rider’s Notes: “Spur 4 route is very hilly, steep in some sections, with rougher terrain and boardwalks, though that was fun.” 

Fishermans Trail

Boardwalks + BoardRides!

Proof-Rider’s Gallery:

Thanks to Andrew for suggestions and photos … keep ’em coming!

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