Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve - Archive
- 1301 Lillooet Road
- North Vancouver
The family or business person that enjoys the outdoors will find Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve a special place to visit, while they are in Vancouver. This is where 10 km of paved walking trails are, named the Seymour Valley Trailway, and there are hiking trails or logging roads for the more adventurous visitor.
There are also bicycle trails, including trails for the experienced mountain bike rider, where nature, wildlife and panoramic views of the forest and river are possible. The Seymour Valley Trailway is another place where bicycles can be ridden or in line skating can be done on the paved trail, which spans 10 km.
When outdoors include water fun, there is Rice Lake for the angler, and there is the Seymour River for the person that enjoys water sports like kayaking or canoeing. This can be a family day of fishing or kayaking, or it can be a day of relaxation on the water for the person in Vancouver on business that enjoys being outdoors.
The views, the hiking, biking and walking trails, along with the water sports will give the family visiting Vancouver enough choices to spend the entire day outdoors at Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve.