Pet Policy

Please note: pets are not permitted to ride up the gondola.

For guests hiking up the Sea to Summit trail with their dog(s), we offer a RIDE DOWN ONLY Ticket as well as a RIDE DOWN ONLY Annual Pass for dogs (all other pets are prohibited). If you/your doggy are unable to hike the Sea to Summit Trail, here is a list of easy-grade, dog-friendly trails near us in the Sea to Sky Corridor.

(Partial proceeds are donated to the BC SPCA)

Ride Down Only Ticket$19.05$19.05
Ride Down Only Annual Pass$49$49

While hiking up

At the Summit


Failure to respect the rules and requirements associated with responsible dog ownership and behaviour will result in the suspension of your dog’s download privileges and will threaten this opportunity for fellow dogs and owners.

We ask that all dogs abide by the Dog responsibility code:

Uploading for 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 your official BC Guide Dog & Service Dog Certification card 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 and accessibility possible for you. 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.

For more information on British Columbia's Guide Dog and Service Dog Certifications, please visit their official website here.

Should you arrive at the gondola with your uncertified pet, please note we do not have a shaded area in our parking lot for your pets to remain in your car while you enjoy your Sea to Sky Gondola experience.

Please note: therapy and emotional support animals (even with a Doctor's prescription) are not considered to be service animals within British Columbia.

Out-of-province visitors

What about out-of-province visitors who use a guide or service dog? For more information on British Columbia's Guide Dog and Service Dog Certifications, please visit their official website here.

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