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Mt Seymour is proud to be a family-run organization rich with history. Since 1984, the Wood family has owned and operated Mt Seymour and pride themselves on staying true to the mountain’s roots and creating a welcoming family atmosphere. This philosophy is carried out through the whole organization.


Located just 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver in the Mt Seymour Provincial Park, the ski area's proximity to the Pacific Ocean, eastern aspect and the high base elevation provide an average annual snowfall of over 1,000cm.




"Hollyburn Lodge has been the backcountry community centre of Hollyburn Ridge recreationalists for almost ninety years. Year after year we hear stories from far and wide about how Hollyburn Lodge and Hollyburn Ridge has touched so many lives, over so many generations. Now is the time to show your love for Hollyburn, for continued enjoyment today and for future generations. 



The Canadian Ski Museum strives to promote an understanding, appreciation and celebration of Canada's skiing/snowboarding traditions and accomplishments, and their significance to Canadian life and identity


The Canadian Ski Museum is a professional, not-for-profit corporation established to record for posterity the history of skiing across the many and diverse regions of the nation.






The Deep Cove Heritage Society collects photos, stories and films covering the whole of the Seymour area of North Vancouver.  We would love to include your memories in our archives. The group is currently beginning to get its nearly 5,000 photos online to share.


The Deep Cove Heritage Society office is located in the Deep Cove Cultural Centre.


4360 Gallant Avenue (at Panorama Drive) in North Vancouver, BC V7G 1L2





May 2022, new from MONOVA is a fantastic tour of Mt. Seymour using the Historypin web site. click on link above to explore the site. 

NVMA encourages you to explore North Vancouver’s fascinating history, to share your stories, research people and neighbourhoods, experience exhibitions, and advance your understanding of local people, cultures, and history. 


The Museum of North Vancouver has a new logo, web site and hopefully soon will open their new museum at 115 West Esplanade in N.Van.

The Archives are still up in lynn Valley, 


Tel: New museum, please call 604-990-3700 (ext. 8016)

Archives ext 8011






The Whistler Museum tells Whistler’s stories from fun loving pioneers, to the creation of Whistler Blackcomb, to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.


A great indoor Whistler activity, the Whistler Museum is a fantastic option for a rainy day or a much needed rest-day from skiing!


The Whistler Museum has kids activity books, a tickle trunk, and plenty of interactive exhibits – including the chance to take your photograph with a real Olympic torch.  

We showcase natural history including information on Whistler's most famous non-human resident: black bears.





The International Skiing History Association (ISHA) is a U.S.-based organization working to preserve and build awareness of the sport’s heritage through its skills and long experience in editing, research and publishing.


ISHA publishes a magazine enthusiastically read six times a year by lovers of skiing, researchers, hall-of-fame members and skiers around the world.



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