Try something truly unique this Halloween weekend, head up the Sea to Sky Gondola with the kids (in costume, of course) for an alpine trick or treat experience the kids will love!
Sea to Sky Gondola welcomes costume-clad trick-or-treaters of all ages for a gentle, family-friendly afternoon of seasonal surprises at the top of the gondola! Think fresh mountain air, animal mascots handing out candy, face-painting and crafts, a pop up dance troupe and trick or treating at the Alpine Alley Trail.
Wondering how to dress? It can get cold in the alpine, so think warm and dry. Any furry animal should do the trick. If you’re looking for costume inspo, check out these ten costume ideas for alpine trick or treaters. And if you can’t quite get it together, not to worry, the Sea to Sky Gondola face painter will be on hand so you can put your best (or scariest) face forward.
Admission is free with gondola lift tickets or a valid annual pass. Upon arrival, visit the Basecamp Cafe and then head up the gondola for trick or treating on the Alpine Alley Trail to visit our favourite characters.
Once you ride up to the Summit Lodge, the Kids’ can fill up with an Adventure Meal of kid faves like grilled cheese, mac & cheese or soup for lunch before tucking into their candy bags.
PS: The first 250 trick-or-treaters are invited to pick up a special bag to decorate in the Basecamp Cafe.
Sea to Sky Gondola makes it easier to connect with the great outdoors. Located between Vancouver and Whistler in beautiful Squamish BC, adventure is at your doorstep. The 10 minute gondola ride to 885m above sea level provides sweeping views of Howe Sound, luscious forest, and the surrounding Coastal Mountains. At the summit, enjoy the thrilling 100-meter Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge, easy interpretive walking trails and challenging backcountry hikes. Adventure awaits for nature and outdoor enthusiasts at the Sea to Sky Gondola.
Harriet Fancott is the Editor and Social Media Manager for Vancouver Mom. She has over 20 years experience in the arts, tech and mom-based blogging arenas. She lives in East Vancouver with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring all that Vancouver has to offer from festivals and events to playgrounds and beaches to sushi and ice cream (although not together).