North Shore Rescue says they will continue search for missing hikers Tuesday morning.
West Vancouver Police had been looking to confirm this morning whether or not two men, believed to be on Cypress Mountain for Christmas Day, are okay.
West Van Police say they were contacted by staff about an abandoned vehicle found in the parking lot on Sunday.
Officials say the vehicle belongs to 43-year-old Roy Tin Hou Lee of Vancouver.
He is an avid hiker.
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Roy lee is said to have been with 64-year-old Chun Sek Lam, also of Vancouver.
If anyone has information about their whereabouts, you can call West Vancovuer Police or Crime Stoppers.
North Shore Rescue has been dispatched to Cypress Mountain this morning.
Hours later, a snowboarder also went missing after going out of bounds near the Howe Sound area.
NSR says the snowboarder has been found, but due to the risk of an avalanche, the team will rescue him Tuesday morning as well.
Meanwhile a man in his 60s is recovering in hospital after falling from a trail near Lynn Valley.
District of North Vancouver Fire Rescue Assistant Chief Jason DeRoy says the man was able to call for help shortly before noon.
“So as a precaution our crews went in and packaged him up in a basket stretcher and set up a rope system just to help get him back up to the top. He was only about 25 meters in the trail or so, and we were able to get him back up to the level playing field.”
DeRoy says the man was taken to Lions Gate hospital with a sore back but was otherwise not seriously hurt.
He says anyone hiking on the North Shore should be extra careful with snow making for difficult footing.
At one point on Monday, there were over 20 rescue crew members on the trails of Cypress Mountain in search of missing hikers.