MOUNT | SEYMOUR
HISTORY | PROJECT
Mt Seymour History News 2022 to 2023
The MSHP web site will stay active and every so often I will review e-mails but for the most part I'm going to have a rest and travel. The collection will stay on Mt. Seymour and hopefully other staff will show an interest in the collection. I'll continue to work with the NVMA now MONOVA.
Hopefully some time in the long distant future there will be a real effort to review the collection and write the definitive history of Mt. Seymour.
Just a little bit of news, After about 45 years, Barry Cleator has closed down the physical Vancouver Ski Services at 271 East 2nd. It was a bit of a ski museum in its own right. I do plan to be in North Vancouver, and would love to plan for Seymour cabin walks or coffee meetings on the topic of MSHP. Keep in touch if your interested.
All the best, stay safe, and when in doubt donate your photos, articles and memorabilia to the Museum of North Vancouver - MONOVA. Check out links for New Historypin web site and fantastic link to history of Mt. Seymour. (www.monova.ca).
UNCLE AL'S CABIN TOURS (sorry, no official tours this summer)
Uncle Al's summer cabin tours return this summer with dates throughout June, July, August & September. (dates for July & Aug will soon be 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 45 years, but has now retired 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.