- Get whisked 885 meters up the side of the Coast Mountains in 10 minutes
- See the breathtaking fjords of Howe Sound, the towering Shannon Falls, the granite dome of Stawamus Chief, and the Pacific Coast Mountains
- Once at the top, you'll find various hiking trails, rock-climbing walls, and more scenic outdoor activities
You could grab a stick and hike for hours up the Coast Mountains to see some breathtaking scenery. Or you could grab a ticket to Sea to Sky Gondola, and get whisked 885 meters up the mountainside in 10 minutes flat. See the towering waterfalls, magnificent fjords, and cloud-piercing mountain ranges in one sweeping panorama, and chuckle at the sweat-breaking hikers huffing and puffing below!
Feel your belly jump as cable car propels you up the mountain, and see Howe Sound's dazzling blue interconnecting fjords open up before your eyes. Do remember to inhale now and then - your breath will be taken!
Marvel at Shannon Falls, cascading down through the treeline, and see the monolithic granite dome of Stawamus Chief, jutting out of the countryside as you rise steadily into the pine-lined peaks.
Once you reach the summit, there's a wide variety of outdoorsy pursuits to enjoy, including numerous hiking trails, rock climbing, trails to backcountry routes and much more. Once you're done, it's back down the mountain for a vertigo-inducing descent!
Show your smartphone voucher directly at the ticket window in exchange for your gondola ticket.
- Cancellations are possible up to 72 hours before your visit date
- Changes are possible for this ticket
I would say this suspension bridge is even more impressive than the one at Capilano, specifically due to the surrounding views.
The hiking itself was impressive. They had easy family friendly hikes to extreme enthusiast hikes. Also, there were several different experiences within the hikes themselves. Water/low-level hikes, mountain view hikes, as well as forest hikes.
I should mention that the Gondola ride itself is quire fun and impressive as well. I recommend this to anyone visiting Vancouver, and certainly anyone going to Squamish itself.