Fall and winter are here bringing along inclement weather such as high winds, extreme rainfall and snow. During severe weather events, the LSCR (north of 2km) can be dangerous due to conditions including: debris torrents, flooding, high flows, stranding due to road washouts or tree failure from high winds. Please respect closure signage during these events.
Prolonged periods of heavy rain in our steep coastal mountains routinely results in potential hazards to human life and safety. Access restrictions are initiated when a specific set of precipitation criteria have been met, resulting in trail closures past 2km in the LSCR. Please watch for access updates following weather warnings or high precipitation.
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Winter Watershed Snowshoe Tour at Mt. Seymour.
Completed Strategic Trails Plan: A Summarized Fact Sheet
Strategic Trails Plan
2019 LSCR Projects
2018 LSCR Projects
2018 Trail Building Permits
LSCR Trail Standards Document
LSCR Annual Event
Seymour River Canyon Trail Connections
LSCR Management Plan
LSCR Trails Systems Strategy 2004
Seymour River Rockslide Mitigation Project - Work Beginning
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