The Sea to Sky Gondola is currently CLOSED until February 14, 2020 but Basecamp is open!
We are located 2 kilometres south of Squamish, directly on the Sea to Sky Highway/Hwy 99.
From Vancouver, enjoy the scenic 45-minute drive on the iconic Sea to Sky Highway to get to the Sea to Sky Gondola. The Sea to Sky Gondola is located 8 km north of Britannia Beach and 2 km south of Squamish just past Shannon Falls Provincial Park.
From Whistler, head south on the Sea to Sky Highway. Drive through Squamish and past the Sea to Sky Gondola. Turn around at the lights just past the gondola (Darrell Bay/Shannon Falls). Please note there is no left turn off the highway to the gondola heading southbound on the Sea to Sky Highway.
For short-term parking (1-3 hours) guests are invited to park in the main lot at the base of the gondola. For long-term parking, please use the overflow/ long term lot located 600m south of the Gondola. For more details on the drive, click here.
Address: 36800 BC-99, Squamish BC
Sea to Sky Gondola Shuttle
The Squamish Connector offers roundtrip shuttle service to the Sea to Sky Gondola with convenient pick up and drop off from the Hyatt Hotel, Library Square and Canada Place. The shuttle travels along the famous Sea to Sky Highway to Squamish, British Columbia. Enjoy 4 hours at the Sea to Sky Gondola before departing at 3 p.m. and returning to downtown Vancouver at approximately 4 p.m. Advanced booking is required. For further information or to book your seat, see our shuttle page or call 604-892-2550.
This full-day tour will bring you to the best points along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway - named within the top 10 best coastal drives in the world. Stops include Horseshoe Bay, Shannon Falls, Britannia Mine Museum, Sea to Sky Gondola and the Stawamus Chief and includes pick up from and drop off to downtown Vancouver and Richmond hotels. See Landsea Tours' website for more details.
Advanced booking is required. Book online or call 1-604-255-7272.
This escape from the city is an ideal way to experience the natural wonders surrounding Vancouver and Whistler. Gaze out over ever-changing landscapes surrounding the Sea to Sky Highway, with scenic stops at the 335-metre Shannon Falls and ride up the awe-inspiring Sea to Sky Gondola with views of spectacular Howe Sound. Continuing the journey to Whistler, this world-famous ski resort also hosted many 2010 Olympic outdoor sporting events. Spend an afternoon exploring eclectic downtown shops and cafes, hiking along nature trails, or relaxing and breathing in the fresh mountain air. See WestCoast Sightseeing's website for more details.
Other Bus Routes
The following bus lines provide transportation from Vancouver to Squamish:
Pacific Coach - www.pacificcoach.com/Bus-Coach-Travel/Whistler-Express
Perimeter - www.perimeterbus.com/squamish-bus-schedule.html
Where To Stay
Executive Suites Hotel & Resort Squamish, is a spacious all-season, all-suite Resort Hotel that is centrally located in Squamish.This Trip Advisor award-winning hotel provides a choice of 111 Studio, One- or Two-Bedroom Hotel Suites that offer comfortable, mountain-influenced, condo-style accommodations.
Photo Credit: Chris Barton