Mount Seymour Resorts

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Mt Seymour's Outdoor Education Dept. is delighted to announce that this year we are making it easier than ever to get your class outdoors!  For the first time we will be offering mobile Outdoor Education Programming, and our experienced Guide Team will come to your location (school or nearby park).

Intro to Outdoor Recreation

Learn what it takes to recreate outdoors in a safe and conscientious way. We will cover: Trip Planning; The Essentials; Leave No Trace; Bear Aware; Hug A Tree.

Nature Games

Participants learn about the life of some of our local animals through games and fun activities.

Seymour Survival Skills Workshop

Learn the basics of staying safe outdoors. Children will play their way to learning about how to be prepared, how to avoid getting lost, and what to do if lost.

5 hours of guided outdoor programming on the trails of Mt Seymour Provincial Park. Students will learn: safe trip preparation and planning; how to build emergency shelters; water collection and edible plants identification; fundamentals of navigation and rescue signalling; backcountry food storage; team survival scenarios, fun educational games and more. Available September/October.

Tobogganing is fun for all ages. Tobogganers are encouraged to bring their own toboggan or rent one for $1. Combine tobogganing with one of our snowshoe programs! Unlimited tobogganing when tubing is purchased!

Snow tubing is fun, safe, and thrilling for all ages. Tubers must be 122 cm or 48 inches tall. We provide durable nylon covered tubes. Our tubing area is equipped with a handle tow to pull you back up the hill. Combine tubing with one of our snowshoe programs for the best rate!

Through activities and observations, students will identify the characteristics of systems found in the mountain environment through the lens of unique creatures like snow fleas. Observations of snow pack levels and exploration into ecological footprints and carrying capacities will help participants become equipped to apply their knowledge to human systems. All done on snowshoes! Combine with Tubing or Tobogganing for a full day!

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