Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, North Vancouver

Don't look down as you cross over a 70 m (230 ft) deep valley in Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. 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. To plan North Vancouver vacation without wasting time, ask Inspirock to design an itinerary.
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  • Wow! This attraction worth every penny! Even our 4 y/o had a great time. Visit there no matter the weather!  more »
  • My son (17 years) traveling alone (with authorization in the passport of the father and of the mother) more than 10 km to study and as I researched a lot about places to he know he went to the Capilano because I said it was a must, but they wouldn't let him in because he has no 19 years, to me it makes no sense, not given a logical explanation of why he could not visit the Park! Meet the suspension bridge in Lynn Park that besides being free is also very beautiful, simple, I've lost the will to know.
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  • The Park is wonderful, with bridges, tree climbing, lakes, all beautiful and well taken care of, it is worth visiting. The restriction is for the personnel working in the Park, since the attendance in the box, snack bars and monitors, was terrible. All stupid and aggressive. A shame.
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  • A great experience only a short drive from Vancouver. It's a little pricey though. I would recommend you visit during the day as at night you will not get a full appreciation for how beautiful the area really is. Even though it is well lit at night you cannot see the tops of the trees. The gift shop had many nice souvenirs and things to eat. A great activity to do as a family. I recently went back during the day and it is a much better experience. The trickling water and seeing the tops of the trees is a way better experience than the light show at night. Such a great natural and beautiful site to visit only minutes from the city.
  • Spectacular views and a 1 of a kind experience. It is certainly worth the admission price. The tree tops are cool but the edge walk is definitely spookier then the suspension bridge that can swing if there are enough people walking along it. Its busy on a weekend so I would recommend going during the week. The gift shop is moderately priced as well.
  • Such a great place to visit in Vancouver. Easy to buy tickets online to avoid the lines and they have an expiry date of 12 months, which is great if your plans change. We went on a pretty rainy day - but dont let that deter you, the crowds are less and it really suits the environment as you walk through the different areas of the park. (Plus you can pick up a poncho at the info desk!) Everything is well set out and offers information/educational resources as you make your way around. Also a cute little gift shop once you are done. Free shuttle in downtown area that has 4 stops and you can take it back provided you have purchased entry
  • The Canyon Light is amazing for the Christmas time because of that reason it draw lots & lots of people included local and travellers pack in the park. But that is not my reason I gave 3 star is because they need to manage better for the line up to crossing the bridge specially in very cold weather. They should put more heater along the line up to warm up those visitor for waiting a least half an hour. And I heard over someone ask for the staff can they get refund. I like to my kids there specially the Canyon light. But I do really think please do better year after year and put more heater along the line up so that we won't get too cold while we are waiting. If I see they are improved I will give 5 star.
  • Breathtaking views , Pure nature. It cost ~$42 for each adult and kids under 6 go for free. No stroller access so if you got kids make sure you hang on to them tight as the bridge wobbles a lot. Not safe to carry kids on your shoulders. Family fun activity by visiting various sections of trails and collect stamps to get completion certificate in the end. Restrooms are available. Coffee shop and souvenirs. Paid parking. Insider tip: if you see big line to purchase at the regular ticket counter you can buy the tickets at coffee shop across the road where you park.

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