North Shore - Seymour For Mountain Biking

The 31st most popular mountain bike trail in British Columbia.

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North of Vancouver on the infamous North Shore, the Seymour area has the top notch cross-country style mountain biking for the Vancouver region.

To reach the trailhead, follow Highway 1 to Exit 22 and head east. The main riding access is up the Old Buck Trail. Other access points include Riverside Drive, Hyannis Drive, and the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve.

Start off with CBC Trail, then Corkscrew over to Pingu then slightly up to the Boogieman. This is a incredible ride that has everything from Intermediate to Double Black Diamond. The hardest trail is the Boogieman and people can head down Pangor that is an easier trail instead. There are by-passes around the stunts and this trail is currently going through a major maintenance program which will be ready for summer.

Overall, North Shore - Seymour is the 31st most popular mountain bike trail of all 46 mountain biking rides in British Columbia. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby North Shore - Seymour including Golden Ears Provincial Park, Old Buck Trail, Eagle Ridge, North Shore - Fromme and North Shore - Cypress.

North Shore - Seymour Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Vancouver Tourism (604) 683-2000; Deep Cove Bike Shop (604) 929-1918; Black Dog Bicycles (604) 942-3232; John Henry Bikes (604) 986-5534.

Best Season:  Apr. - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Difficult

Base Camp:  Lynnwood Inn (604) 988-6161

Luxury Loding:  Wedgewood Hotel, downtown Vancouver

Breakfast Restaurant:  Bean Around The World, West Vancou (604) 925-9600

GPS:  49.3686, -122.9346

Date Published:  12/24/2015

Date Updated:  8/5/2016

ID:  13848

North Shore - Seymour Mountain Biking Map


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