Capilano River Regional Park, North Vancouver
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Capilano River Regional Park is located in North Vancouver. Capilano River Regional Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, North Vancouver Edition.
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You can see better views and beautiful hikes for free in this stunning country. $40 is a little high for what is on offer.
O Capilano Park é super bem tratado, com pinheiros milenares, gigantescos, tudo muito bem cuidado. Trilhas sobre as árvores, placas explicativas, muito educativo, além de relaxante e lindo. Nesse parq... read more »The Capilano Park is very well handled, with ancient pines, giant, all very well taken care of. Trails on the trees, explanatory boards, very educational, in addition to relaxing and beautiful. In this park is the Capilano suspension bridgeshow original
Parque com caminho sobre as arvores em excepcional estrutura montada(similar a arvorismo). Lindo localPark with way over the trees in exceptional mounted structure (similar to tree climbing). Beautiful locationshow original
I went hike at this park yesterday and bumped into two cyclists, one of them seemed to be only one leg. They were cycling on the narrow bumpy trail behind me. The other one was doing awkwardly, looked like going to fall while one side of the trail was steep slope. I had seen there was a sign -- well, only one sign -- warning cycling on the trails is not allowed, but they just did anyhow. Cycling on this park's trails is not only very dangerous to the cyclists, but also even more dangerous to the hikers and joggers. I came to a jogging lady, who seemed to be horrified by these two cyclists when they rushed abruptly into her eyesight. She was so angry with that that she just couldn't help making a whole bunch of complaint to a stranger, me. I am not the only one that feel upset with some people who were doing something intimidating to others on this beautiful, gorgeous, and very popular trails.
Great location for a hike. Hiked down a steep trail to the river, even swam in it.. Bit cold though.
Good view and very nice atmosphere
Ken KH Pang
Amazing trail, beautiful view of the canyon
Actually I think the suspension bridge in Lynn Canyon Park is just as good as that here. The only thing might be the Capilano suspension bridge is more famous. You'll pay $30 to get into Capilano River Park, but you can go to Lynn Canyon Park for free.
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