Hello and thank you for stopping by my blog! Today’s post is about one of my favourite snowshoe trails in the winter and a fantastic hike in the summer, Dog Mountain! This is a relatively easy snowshoe trail with stunning views!
Dog Mountain // Quick Facts:
This hike is located on Mount Seymour in North Vancouver and the snowshoe trail is about 2 hours round trip. When you reach the summit of Dog Mountain, on a clear day, you’ll see an amazing view overlooking all of Vancouver! Tip: try to get to the mountain as early as possible, ideally before 9:00am to avoid challenges with parking.
I find Dog Mountain to be much easier in the winter than in the summer months. Come summer time, the tree roots are exposed and the trail can be very muddy, making it a more technically challenging hike. I like to take full advantage of the snowy winter conditions and have a bit of an easier trek up to enjoy that view!
Above: Dog Mountain summer vs. winter! 🙂
What are your favourite snowshoe trails? Let me know in the comments below! Thank you so much for reading. Don’t forget to subscribe or Follow my blog with Bloglovin for regular updates. xoxo Candice