The Mount Seymour is situated in British Columbia
Starting from Vancouver,
the Mount Seymour ascent is 13.1 km long. Over this distance, you climb 904 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 6.9 %.
Stories, information and comments from Mount Seymour climbers
Story by Leslie Murray from Vancouver, Canada, submitted on 21/08/2012
I did it yesterday for the first time. It''s a real treasure to have so close by, two lanes paved all the way so that it''s super easy for cars to pass you safely. I kept mainly to my highest gear and stayed in the saddle all the way. Now that I know what to expect I can try a little attacking next time. 1hr. 18min.
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Story by tom wojcik from vancouver, Canada, submitted on 06/06/2011
Mt Seymour is the toughest climp that''s easily accessible to Vancouver-area riders. It starts out tough right away...the first 5k are a grunt. There''s a bit of respite in the middle, but then the final bit is also tough. It''s a good test of your overall fitness level. The road''s a bit rougher than Cypress, and you don''t get the sweeping views (although there is one nice viewpoint looking towards the east), but overall it''s a ''must do'' if you''re a serious rider and find yourself in Vancouver.