Mystery Lake

North Vancouver, British Columbia

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If the challenging 5-hour hike to Mount Seymour’s three peaks is more than you care to tackle, this modest circular trip will give you, for less effort, a sampling of the mountain’s subalpine lakes and flora and views from rocky outcroppings. Choose a fine day (do not attempt any hike on Mount Seymour in bad weather) and wait until the snow has gone—Seymour trails are rugged enough without the added hazard of melting snow. Wear boots and keep markers in sight at all times. During July and August you may be glad of insect repellent or protective clothing.

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"If the challenging 5-hour hike to Mount Seymour’s three peaks is more than you care to tackle, this modest circular trip will give you, for less effort, a sampling of the mountain’s subalpine lakes and flora and views from rocky outcroppings.

Choose a fine day (do not attempt any hike on Mount Seymour in bad weather) and wait until the snow has gone—Seymour trails are rugged enough without the added hazard of melting snow. Wear boots and keep markers in sight at all times. During July and August you may be glad of insect repellent or protective clothing."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: North Vancouver
Distance: 3
Elevation Gain: 600 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: Allow 3 hours
Season: Best July to October
Driving Directions: Directions to Mystery Lake

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May 2018