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Summer Bucket List

Sea to Sky Gondola Summer BucketInspiration for your summer bucket list

04 August, 2020

With only a few weeks left of summer, it seems like the perfect time to offer up the top 5 Sea to Sky Gondola activities to add to your summer bucket list.

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Add these items to your Summer Bucket List

  1. Enjoy Your Own Private Gondola Ride

    Only COVID-19 bubble groups will be riding the gondola together. Simply put, if you’ve driven here together you can load the gondola together. This means you will enjoy your own private gondola ride.
    COVID-19 Visit Info
  2. Visit us Early Morning or Mid-Week and Have the Trails to Yourself

    Beat the heat of the summer and have the rest of the day to explore the many other options in and around the Squamish area. Insider Tip: plan a visit early in the morning and/or mid-week and enjoy the peaceful trails and viewing platforms.
    Hours & Ticket Options
  3. Hike Highline Trail

    The Highline Trail is a newer addition to the trail network at our summit. A short (1.4 km loop) intermediate trail with beautiful views and a few steep scrambles. Zigzag above the Summit Lodge for stunning views of Howe Sound, the Stawamus Chief, the town of Squamish, Sky Pilot and Co-Pilot Mountains and Goat Ridge.
    Highline Trail
  4. Take in the Views from the New Sky Pilot Restaurant

    Have you eaten at the new Sky Pilot Restaurant? The Fish Taco's are amazing and the thin crust pizza is some of the best in town. The views from the patio are stunning. In addition to regular service, the Sky Pilot Restaurant is now accepting a limited number of reservations. Please call 604-892-2557 to make your reservation today!
    Sky Pilot Menu
  5. Enjoy a Free Interpretive Tour

    Enhance your visit to the Sea to Sky Gondola with a complimentary interpretive tour. The family friendly Alpine Alley Family Tour is offered daily at 11:30am followed by an Interpretive Tour at 1:00pm. Meet at the trail map board adjacent to Panorama Trail.
    Free Guided Tours