Sea to Sky Gondola hosting Canada 150 events

In the lead-up to Canada's150th birthday July 1, the Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish is offering several Canadian-themed activities and deals. Here are the top five suggestions for a truly Canadian experience at the top of a mountain. Note: Not all of the details are finalized, but we’ll be updating the site as they are, so make sure to check back here for more information.  


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Canada 150 Bingo Scavenger Hunt

See if you can spot the Canadian icons on the Spirit Trail. Once your bingo card is complete, take your card to guest services for a treat and chance to win an annual pass or Canada 150 gift from the retail store.
How: Pick up your bingo card at guest services during your next visit.
Date: Available now.


Sunday Social Toonie food deals

Enjoy $2 medium pancakes, hot chocolate, drip coffee and tea through the Summit Lodge Eatery on Sundays.
How: Visit during Sunday Socials.
Dates: Every Sunday until March 12, 2017.


Official Canada 150 Gear

The Sea to Sky Gondola is an official retailer for Canada 150 products. Pick these limited-edition items up as gifts for family and friends or replace your pass lanyard with a colourful Canada 150 version. Pass holders receive 20 per cent off most items in the retail store. 
How: Visit the retail stores at the base and summit. Both stores offer different items. 
Dates: Available now.


Mountaintop "Street" Hockey Tournament

Sign up your team of four players and fight for glory in a weekly hockey tournament that ends with awards on Canada Day.
How: To be released.
Dates: To be released.


Jam out to Canadian Classics

Imagine a summer night with you and your friends dancing and singing to the best of Canadian music while you watch the sunset on the Summit Lodge patio.
How: First-come, first-served. Once the date is announced, organize your friends and get yourself to the summit. Hike up, buy a discounted day ticket online or bring your season pass.
Dates: To be released.

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