Operations Update - Sunday, October 24

Due to the Environment Canada weather warnings for Sunday, October 24 the Sea to Sky Gondola will be closed tomorrow. Our Halloween Trick-or-Treat event will be relocated to the base of the Sea to Sky Gondola and we will welcome you to trick-or-treat your way around our decorated basecamp location.

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Sea to Sky Gondola Viewing Platforms

Viewing PlatformsJaw Dropping Views!

All three of these viewing platforms are easily accessible, regardless of age and athletic ability.

Summit Lodge Viewing Deck

Located footsteps from the gondola’s unloading station, this magnificent 5,000 sq/ft deck offers breathtaking views of Howe Sound, the Tantalus Mountain Range, and the famous Co-Pilot and Sky Pilot mountain peaks. The viewing deck is attached to our Summit Lodge, which has a fully-licensed eatery and bar. The Summit Lodge Viewing Deck is the perfect place to enjoy a meal and a refreshing beverage while taking in the views. In the summer months, we host a number of events on the deck, including live music, yoga, wine pairing dinners and more!

Spirit Viewing Platform

Located only 100m from the Summit Lodge via the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge, 150m via the Spirit Trail, this viewing platform is easily accessible and offers a different experience than the rest. The Spirit Viewing Platform has interpretive information displays along the trail where you can learn about the surrounding landscape, wildlife and history. It is a great place to learn about the rich history of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation who have lived off of this land since before recorded history. This viewing deck has been used as a beautiful wedding ceremony location.

Chief Overlook Viewing Platform

This dramatic viewing platform hangs over hundreds of metres of sheer drop. It's a unique, heart-thumping opportunity to stand close to the edge and see the landscape surrounding Howe Sound. Facing north, you can see the Mamquam Valley, get clear views of Mount Atwell, watch hikers on the backside of the Stawamus Chief from above, and watch the windsurfers and kiteboarders at “The Spit” (a famous windsurfing spot). This viewing platform is accessed from the middle of the Panorama Trail and is approximately 800 metres from the Summit Lodge (roughly 10-20 minute walk, depending on your pace).