Winter Fun at the Sea to Sky Gondola

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Visitors of all ages are invited to create new memories and a winter fun, holiday tradition this year with the Sea to Sky Gondola Spirit of the Season.

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Winter Fun at the Sea to Sky Gondola

  • Where: Sea to Sky Gondola’s Summit Lodge, a 45 minute drive outside of Vancouver
  • When: December 3 – 31, 2022 from 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • Tickets: A variety of tickets (ranging from $19.05 to $141.95 for a family pass) are available on Sea to Sky Gondola’s website.


Enjoy Spirit of the Season from the base of the mountain to the summit for festive activities and decorations and endless views of the wintry landscape.

Through the month of December guests can enjoy everything from a decorated forest walk, photos with Santa, outdoor story time to holiday lunches with family and friends. Adding to the holiday experience and offered all season long are snowshoe tours, tubing rides at the park, nordic and backcountry skiing in the alpine forest. Additionally, these activities complement winter walks on the suspension bridge.

“During the season, the Sea to Sky Gondola summit turns into the ultimate winter wonderland,” says Christy Allan, Director of Sales, Marketing & Guest Services. “With our endless line up of activities and outdoor fun, there is so much for locals to experience and enjoy, right in their own backyard.”

About Sea to Sky Gondola

Just a short 45-minute drive from Vancouver, Sea to Sky Gondola is one of British Columbia’s premier attractions. Located in Squamish, BC between Shannon Falls and the Stawamus Chief, the attraction is within the unceded traditional territory of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam First Nations. Since its opening in 2014, Sea to Sky Gondola has welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors from across the globe.

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