CLOSURE

At approximately 4:00am on Monday, September 14, a second act of vandalism occurred at the Sea to Sky Gondola and the main cable has been cut. No staff or guests were on the line. We are working with the RCMP and our efforts are focused on the well-being of our staff at this time. The gondola is closed and we ask that the public stay away from the area for the safety of everyone.

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Sea to Sky Gondola Hiking

HikingA whole new world to discover

Squamish and the Sea to Sky Corridor are fortunate to have some of the best hiking in the world, and the Sea to Sky Gondola is right in the thick of it. For years the alpine vistas were only available to the hardiest of souls willing to make the strenuous hike on foot. Now, you can take a breathtaking ride to access extensive hiking terrain for all levels. The trails are listed below in the order of difficulty.

For the safety of everyone, please adhere to directional signage on all bridges, trails, and lookouts and adhere to physical distancing rules.

Make sure you know the last gondola download time and plan to be back WELL BEFORE. Backcountry hikers must also understand that severe weather can change our download time and, thus, you should always be prepared to hike out on your own.

Tips for Hiking

  1. Never hike alone

    Wildlife is a real risk in this area and if you happen to slip and hurt yourself, you need someone else there who can help you.
  2. Tell someone where you are going

    Tell someone where you are going and when you plan to be back at home.
  3. Be prepared for changes in weather

    Mountain weather changes suddenly, so carry extra layers.
  4. Observe all trail closures

    Stay on marked trails to avoid damage to the alpine ecosystem.
  5. Watch your footing

    Remember that steep slopes, snow and ice fields are very dangerous. Try to stay away from these if you can. In the backcountry, you are likely to encounter hazards such as cliffs, glaciers, crevasses, rock falls, avalanches and unstable surfaces.

In Bound Trails

Backcountry Trails