Mount Seymour Provincial Park

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Information about Mount Seymour Provincial Park

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Elsay Lake Trail, District of North Vancouver, Metro Vancouver Regional District, British Columbia, V7G 1L3, Canada

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Description Mount Seymour Provincial Park

Mount Seymour Provincial Park is a park in Vancouver, British Columbia's North Shore Mountains. With an area of 35 square kilometres, it is located approximately 15 kilometres north of Downtown Vancouver. The park, named after Frederick Seymour, was established in 1936. Mount Seymour Provincial Park provides visitors with a variety of recreational activities and animals with natural habitat.


== Geography ==
Mount Seymour Provincial Park is in a mountain wilderness setting and several mountain

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