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Capilano Suspension Bridge, North Vancouver

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Don't look down as you cross over a 70 m (230 ft) deep valley in Capilano Suspension Bridge. The park's star attraction, a 140 m (460 ft) suspension bridge, was originally built in 1889 and was completely reconstructed in 1956. Once you've made it across, lose yourself in the jungle canopy via a network of seven treetop walks built in 2004. You can add to your experience with an eco-tour through the surrounding forest. Plan your visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our North Vancouver vacation route planner.
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  • I loved the Bridge, it is family and couple friendly, oh and single too! The staff were excellent and I felt at home in Vancouver. People from all over Canada, even Peruvian Canadians. It was so cool ...  more »
  • The suspension bridge is a great photo opportunity, but if you venture over to the other side, you enter some spectacular old growth Douglas Fir forest. You can get a better view point of this amazing...  more »
  • It was excited to visit this park that i have read about it. It a person is afraid of heights, I will not recommend this place because the bridges are pretty high & impressive however the views and th...  more »
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  • It has been years since I visited this attraction. At that time it was just a bridge. Needless to say things have changed - and for the better. This tourist spot is something to be proud of. The work that has been put into making it a must see attraction is commendable. Beside the suspension bridge you now have the Tree Top Adventure and the Cliff walk - both the new additions are simply amazing, especially when considering that it was done without heavy machinery and without damaging the trees. Highly recommended!
  • What an absolutely fantastic time, so much to see & explore, if your lucky enough they will have the birds of prey out so you can get a wonderful view of these gorgeous birds & learn about them. The beaver balls with maple syrup & icing sugar were delicious (little mini pancakes) get your map stamped at each location in the park u visit & even pick up a certificate for making it across the suspension bridge as u leave. Loved it & cant wait to go back for canyon lights in the winter!
  • We loved this place! I've lived in BC my whole life and I went for the first time a couple weeks ago! It was great for kids and a wonderful experience. My 2 year old loved the tree top walk! With the pass available for BC residents we will definitely be back soon!
  • This was so much fun. I had an absolute blast visiting here. It was about $40 Canadian dollars with my Triple A discount. I think it took about 3 hours to explore the park. The staff were kind and very excited to share the vast history of the park. The facility was clean, from the bathrooms, to the cafe, to the gift shop. Overall, the environment had a charming feel and I did get a bit of a workout exploring it. Additionally, there were two free charter buses that brought us back into downtown Vancouver and even the bus driver was a pleasure to speak too. Highly recommend it at least once. Oh and make sure to get some delicious maple candies before you leave. ;)
  • Beautiful walk through the forest, treetops walks give fascinating views. Could be very crowded but our wet day in May was ideal. Easy to get to on public transport (Sea Bus and bus route 236). Section after the cliff walk feels more manufactured rather than truly getting closer to nature.