Sea to Sky Gondola Photos


Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014 — 8:14am PST
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It was a big year for tourism is Squamish, which already has a the title of being Canada’s Outdoor Recreation Capital. In May this past year, the Sea to Sky Gondola opened to the public, offering new views and activities over 880 meters above sea level. Looking out at Howe Sound and the Stawamus Chief, the Sea to Sky Gondola’s Summit Lodge offers services, amenities, and craft beer after you’ve enjoyed your stroll, hike, or snowshoe. Many people have enjoyed this latest attraction and I’ve found photos that illustrate this beautiful new destination.

Sea to Sky Gondola Photos

Sea to Sky gondola base
Photo credit: Ian Fisher on Flickr

Sea to Sky Gondola Sea to Sky Gondola
Photo credit: Miss604

Squamish And The Howe Sound
Photo credit: Conrad Olson on Flickr

Sea To Sky Panorama
Photo credit: Bill Kwok on Flickr

Squamish Village Today at the Chief Viewing Platform - Sea to Sky Gondola - Squamish
Photo credit: Ann Hung & Patrick King on Flickr

The Chief Overlook Viewing Platform (Sea to Sky Gondola)
Photo credit: TOTORORO.RORO on Flickr

Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge (Sea to Sky Gondola)
Photo credit: TOTORORO.RORO on Flickr

Summit Lodge Viewing Deck (Sea to Sky Gondola)
Photo credit: TOTORORO.RORO on Flickr

Sea To Sky Gondola with Summit Lodge
Photo credit: Ann Hung on Flickr

Busy day at the Sea to Sky Gondola
Photo credit: Ruth Hartnup on Flickr

Sea to Sky Gondola Outtakes Squamish British Columbia Canada
Photo credit: kris krüg on Flickr

Sea to Sky Gondola Outtakes Squamish British Columbia Canada
Photo credit: kris krüg on Flickr

Sea to Sky Gondola, October 2014
Photo credit: Clive on Flickr

Sea to Sky Gondola
Photo credit: Pat (Cletch) Williams on Flickr

Trip 14-0810 Sea-to-Sky Gondola 01
Photo credit: McKay Savage on Flickr

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One comment

  1. Ian Fisher says:

    Thanks for using my photo of the base station! The upper station is 885 m above sea level – 885 feet would not be so impressive.

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