It's that time of year again! Our Annual Thanksgiving run to finish off the driving season.
Event Details: Classic Car Adventures | Thanksgiving Sea to Sky Run What:
A casual cruise and meetup with fellow classic car owners of all pre-’79 classic cars and trucks, '80s and '90s RetroCars (soon to be classics), and vehicles of distinction.
Drive the best part of the Sea-to-Sky Highway on a quiet holiday morning, and enjoy the company of classic car nuts before you have to head off to the in-laws for Thanksgiving dinner! We plan it so that you can be back home by midday. Some of you might have done a Sea to Sky run recently with your various car clubs, but its always fun to mix all the marques together and meet new people. And really, who can say no to the beautiful views and winding turns past ocean and mountains – especially on a holiday! When:
Thanksgiving Monday, October 12th: 8:00-11:30am. We'll begin meeting at 8:00am, and depart at 8:30am. Where:
The Thanksgiving run will meet in North Vancouver at Capilano University, parking lot 4. The lot is located at the North end of Campus. The Run will then travel North on Hwy 99, to the Sea to Sky Gondola, south of Squamish. Here we have a large parking lot reserved for the group, with a much larger coffee shop ready to handle a mass of hungry classic car owners! What to Bring:
Please bring a non-perishable food donation for the Squamish Food Bank. We'll collect those goods up in Squamish at the finish.
Additional Information: The Sea to Sky Gondola is offering 10% off for anyone in our group who wishes to travel up the Gondola. Great views, a restaurant, suspension bridge and breath-taking patios await those who head to the top. The lower base, for those wishing to stay with the cars, features a coffee and pastry shop (with Galileo coffee), washrooms and of course our collection of Classic Cars! Visit Sea to Sky Gondola, Squamish, B.C.
for more information on our new finish facilities. Note:
Zero tolerance for engine revving, burnouts, dangerous or reckless driving, etc. etc. Video cams will be rolling, license plates will be noted, RCMP will be called. Zero exceptions.