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You Can Get 50% Off Rides At This Incredible Mountain Gondola Near Vancouver This Summer

The Sea To Sky Gondola is one of the most breathtaking things to do near Vancouver. If you were hoping to get cheap BC gondola tickets this summer, then you're in luck. Sunset Saturdays mean that your ticket to ride up to the top after 5 PM is 50% off!

Heading up to the gondola to take advantage of these cheap tickets is a great way to make date night affordable. You'll have a truly memorable summer night looking out from the peak of the mountain. Being able to check out the gondola for half-price is a huge advantage in a city like Vancouver where the prices of our attractions are as high as our mountains.

After your scenic gondola ride, there's plenty waiting for you to discover at the summit! After checking out the lookout point over Howe Sound and bravely walking along an unreal suspension bridge, you can eat dinner at the Summit Lounge's outdoor deck.

Summer here means more than just gondola rides and amazing views. The mountaintop turns into a festival! On Thursdays and Fridays, there is going to be live music every week. Plus, on Fridays, there's a sangria bar you won't want to miss.

The Sea To Sky Gondola is a favourite spot for locals and visitors alike, especially if you love the outdoors and hiking. There are plenty of trails to check out and there's even going to be Mountain Top yoga classes! The cheapest way to check out the gondola for the first time or for the returning mountain-lover is to drop by on Saturday nights after 5 PM to save 50% on your tickets!

Sea To Sky Gondola

Price: Sunset Saturdays after 5 PM $23 per person plus tax, all other times $43.95 (online)

Address: 36800 BC-99, Squamish, BC V0N 3G0

Why you need to go: Take advantage of half-off tickets to one of BC's most incredible sights!

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