MOUNT | SEYMOUR
HISTORY | PROJECT
"Preserving and sharing the history of Mt Seymour skiing & North Shore cabin culture for all " - Alex Douglas (Lead Historian )
Mt Seymour History Weekend - 11th
of April, 2020
Join us on April 11 th 2020
to Celebrate ski history on Mt Seymour, We'll have guides, photos, old ski equipment and historic trophies and artifacts to view in the Grillworks Cafe. Mt Seymour is kindly offering free lift tickets to anyone who donates historic ski artifacts related to skiing on Seymour and the North Shore mountains.
All Items must be from Pre-50's 60's, 70's, 80's & Early 90's
Items we are looking for:
Old Photos On Seymour
Equipment 60's, 70's & 80's
Pin Badges, Woven Badges
Old Staff Jackets & T-shirts
Old Posters Newsletters
Memories of cabin life on Seymour
UNCLE AL'S CABIN TOURS 2019- BOOKING SOON
Uncle Al's superb summer cabin tours return this summer with dates throughout July, August & September. (dates for July & Aug now up on the web site). Also private tours can be customized to your interests, contact for details and pricing. To take part is one of these unique Canadian cultural tours and visit historic cabin sites on Mt Seymour CLICK HERE
View our extraordinary archive of historical ski images.
A collection of Mt Seymour related videos spanning almost 70 years.
Alex has worked on Mt Seymour for over 44 years and has been collecting anything and everything he can get hold of relating to Mt Seymour and the North Shore Ski Areas.
Arriving in Vancouver in 2014 Farn fell in love with the N.shore mountains and found himself working on Seymour where he collaborated with Alex to create this website.
Seymour 50 Years
Started on Seymour in early 1960’s Joining the Bob Dawson Ski School. From 1970’s to late 90’s he worked extensisly in ski retail. Finished his working life in Rentals on Seymour A massive part of the continuing history of the mountain.