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Rising 1,449m (4,754 ft.) above Indian Arm, the peaks of Mount Seymour Provincial Park and its ski hill Mount Seymour offer another view of the area’s Coast Mountains range. Higher than Grouse Mountain, Mount Seymour provides a spectacular view of Washington State’s Mount Baker on clear days. It has challenging hiking trails that go straight to the summit, where you can see Indian Arm, Vancouver’s bustling commercial port, the city skyline, the Strait of Georgia, and Vancouver Island. The trails are open all summer for hiking; during the winter, the paths are maintained for daily skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing.