Mt Seymour Recreation Access Management Plan

What was this engagement about?

Recreation Sites and Trails BC (RSTBC) is developing a Recreation Access Management Plan (RAMP) for the Mt. Seymour property commonly known as the CMHC lands. The property has a variety of trails for mountain biking, hiking and equestrians, as well as a section of the Baden Powell Trail that traverses the North Shore. These trails were developed without authorization, but they are widely used and recognized as a valuable public recreation asset. The property has no direct access by road, but trail users gain access from adjacent properties managed by BC Parks, Metro Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver. A management plan is needed to determine how to bring the trail network into a cohesive and well-managed trail system. The RAMP will provide clear direction for implementation by RSTBC directly and through partnerships.

This survey was an opportunity to share your vision and feedback on trail in the CMHC lands, including:

  • How you use the current trail network
  • What you value about the current trail system
  • Barriers and areas of conflict
  • Key priorities for the future

How will my contribution make a difference?

Your input will help the Province determine what approach to take in terms of managing these lands from a recreational standpoint.

Details of the Engagement

Date: September 22, 2021 to October 31, 2021

Category: environment, recreation-parks

Status: Closed

Location: Province-wide

Type: Online survey