Accessibility at Sea to Sky Gondola

AccessibilityWe Make it Easy

From Basecamp to Summit, the Sea to Sky Gondola makes it easy for people to connect with the great outdoors. All of our Basecamp and Summit Lodge facilities are wheelchair and stroller accessible. The gondola cabins are designed to accommodate both wheelchairs and strollers and are capable of slowing down for ease of access. The patio and viewing deck at the Summit are wheelchair accessible (snow conditions permitting) and can be accessed on the left-hand side of the building.

For visitors with babies and young children, the Panorama Trail and Spirit Trail are stroller accessible.


The following amenities are available to make the Sea to Sky Gondola as accessible as possible:

Service Dogs

Due to our unique mountain environment which is home to both our resident and Indigenous wildlife we ask that you please introduce your Service Dog to Guest Services at the base of the Mountain upon arrival. Upon verification of the credentials card, documentation and vest; you will be given a unique “Service Dog” pass. This pass will help to identify you and your dog to our staff and fellow guests in order to provide the best experience possible for all visitors. Our service dog only policy is for the well-being of the environment, other hikers and of course, the wildlife on the trail. There are no exceptions.

Please note: therapy and emotional support animals are not considered to be service animals within British Columbia.

Proudly Accessible, Continuously Improving

At Sea to Sky Gondola, accessibility is at the heart of everything we do. Right from the start, we built every part of our space to make it easy to navigate for everyone.

We're passionate about making sure everyone can enjoy our beautiful mountain views. That's why we're always working to make things even better. Our team is committed to constantly improving accessibility features because we believe everyone deserves to experience the magic of the mountains.

We're proud to partner with organizations like Power to Be and Whistler Adaptive, who share our mission of making outdoor adventures accessible to all.

One of the things we love most is seeing people of all abilities enjoying the sensations of the mountain. Whether it's feeling the breeze on your face, listening to the sounds of nature, or taking in the breathtaking sights, there's something here for everyone to enjoy, no matter what challenges they may face.

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