people snowshoeing at mount seymour
  • Saturday, Feb 5, 2022
  • 12am-2pm - arrive at 11:30am
  • Snowshoe Centre, Mount Seymour
  • Cost: $10

Event Details

Sponsored by Merrell Canada

This event is for BIPOC living in Vancouver, BC, Canada area. While we love our allies, this event is created to give a chance to BIPOC members to try new sports.

BIPOC community, if you’ve signed up for one of our January snowshoeing events, please give others first access to this event so that everyone has an opportunity to snowshoe. Thank you!

This beginner-friendly tour at Mount Seymour introduces the basics of snowshoeing, shares some of the mountain’s best snowshoeing spots and provides basic knowledge needed to stay safe in a winter environment.

Suitable for all ability levels, beginner-friendly. 



With the increased spread of Omicron and in accordance with Provincial Health orders, all participants must be double vaccinated and show proof of vaccination in order to participate in our events so we can do our part to keep everyone as safe as possible and allow us to continue to hold events.

Participants must also wear mask when indoors, at all times and outdoors when we cannot stay 6 ft or more a part.

If you are feeling any flu-like symptoms before the event, please stay home.


Tour includes:

  • Snowshoe guide
  • Snowshoe rental and trail pass
  • Hot chocolate served after the tour

Tour Duration: 2 hours

Please meet at the Snowshoe Centre at Mount Seymour at 9:30am

What you’ll need to bring/wear – check weather before the event:

  • Ideally waterproof outerwear (pants/jacket) – weather dependent
  • Warm layers
  • Footwear: waterproof winter boots with thick soles and rubber or leather uppers are ideal, but sturdy waterproof leather hiking boots can also work
  • Gloves
  • Toque
  • Small backpack with water, a snack or anything else you might need to hold or layers you don’t need if you’re too warm

Information about Mt. Seymour’s COVID-19 policies:

This event takes place on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

Photo & Video Release Consent:

By purchasing a ticket you grant permission for Colour the Trails and sponsors to use any portion of the photos or videos from this event that have been taken by Colour the Trails videographers and photographers for the purpose of sharing experiences with the community and encouraging future participation in events which can include but is not limited to, print or digital versions, social media and websites without any more compensation or recognition given. Colour the Trails will not use the photographs in a manner that would exploit or cause malicious representation toward you.

Please contact [email protected] BEFORE the event if you do not want wish to be photographed or on video during an event.

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