The Sea to Sky Gondola is making masks mandatory for visitors to combat the spread of COVID-19.
The Squamish attraction’s new masks/face covering policy will come into effect on Friday, September 4.
According to the Sea to Sky Gondola’s website, non-medical masks/face coverings should be worn “in all common areas at the Sea to Sky Gondola including the base buildings, lift lines, gondola cabins, summit lodge, suspension bridge, and backyard plaza.”
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Masks can be removed in the restaurant when seated at a table, or while walking and hiking on trails when proper physical distancing can be maintained.
Other exceptions for the mask policy include:
- Children under 5 years of age
- Medical condition or disability that inhibits the ability to wear a mask
- Persons unable to place or remove a mask without assistance
- Sea to Sky Gondola employees working behind a physical barrier or within employee-only areas provided physical distancing is maintained