Mount Seymour is a mountain in the Canadian province of British Columbia, Mount Seymour Provincial Park. It is located around 15 kilometers north of Vancouver, between the Seymour River and Indian Arm.
Within the Pacific Ranges of the mountain belongs to the North Shore Mountains and forms with the neighboring mountains Mount Bishop and Mount Elsay turn the Fannin Range. His first ascent was made on August 16, 1908 with a rope team of the BC Mountaineering Club.
The mountain was named after Frederick Seymour, from 1864 to 1866 he was the second Governor of the Colony of British Columbia and then until his death, in 1869, the first governor of the United Colonies of Vancouver Iceland and British Columbia.
The mountain is a popular hiking, climbing and skiing.