The Sea to Sky Gondola’s events calendar is warming up with a lineup of special events for St. Patrick’s Day, select weekend deals, and family fun during Spring Break.
Beginning with an exhilarating ride up the gondola (850m above sea level) to the summit, guests can partake in a number of seasonal activities. Whether it’s tubing, snowshoeing, nordic skiing or hiking/walking on the many available trails, there’s no shortage of things to see and do with Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish this spring.
Spring Break at the Sea to Sky Gondola
Spring Break Offer – Kids Ride Free Midweek
From March 13-30, 2023 Kids Ride Free Midweek (Monday to Thursday). Receive one free child (12 and under) ticket with the online purchase of an adult or senior day ticket.
A visit to the cozy lodge for locally inspired food, an array of craft beer, ciders, and Sea to Sky Gondola signature drinks, is the best way to cap off the day. This season’s new Bear Cub Hot Chocolate (as featured in the Squamish Hot Chocolate Festival) is sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike.
Spring Weekend Events
The fun continues at Sea to Sky Gondola with a line-up of weekend events/activities, including:
- Fun Fridays – where tubing is free (weather dependent)
- Sunday Socials – offering free music, games, and activities at the Lodge
- Sunday Brunch – where kids eat free with the purchase of an adult brunch ticket at the first seating.
St. Patrick’s Day – Brews with Views
Brews with Views will feature live music from Celtic band, the Whiskeydicks at the summit on March 17th from 2:30pm to 5:30pm, visitors can enjoy a round-up of popular local craft beer and ciders, along with culinary Irish-inspired favourites, such as: Bison Shepherd’s Pie, Beef and Guinness Stew, and Ale Cake with Brown Butter Apple Sauce, to name a few. Pre-registration is required.
Adding to the experience is the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge and multiple viewing platforms, where guests can take in the stunning springtime scenery – offering new blooms/greenery peeking through the snow, endless vistas of glacier-capped mountains, along with the cool blue/green waters of the Átl’ḵa7tsem/Howe Sound UNESCO Biosphere Region.