Turning the clock back to September 2014, here are some photos from a hike up the three peaks of Mount Seymour
in North Vancouver. It's a fantastic nine kilometer round-trip that takes one approximately five hours.
Trail up is fairly steep and has lots of boulders.
There are some spectacular drops to check out.
First peak ahead!
Tri-Cities area of Lower Mainland (Eastern Metro Vancouver).
Mount Baker is an ever-present part of the local background.
Port Mann Bridge and Guildford area in Surrey. Note the huge Canadian flag.
The very hazy Downtown Vancouver. The weather gets hazy during summer.
Panorama from the first peak. Wish the sun would have been behind me, but what can you do.
Onwards towards the next peak!
View from the second peak. Indian Arm fjord peeking.
Better view of the Indian Arm.
Third and the highest peak.
Top of Mount Seymour (1,455 meters | 4,773 ft).
Hikers on first peak as seen from the third peak.
Mountains on fire. Mist evaporating after night's rain.
Grouse Mountain side.
The wild and vast North Shore Mountains backcountry.
Made it up there!
Mount Seymour ski lift top station. Long way back to car ahead of us.
There you have it. Yeah, I definitely recommend this hike.