Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, 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 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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  • This was the second time I had a chance to visit the Capilano Bridge. The last time was 15years ago. Some times you have to be a tourist in your own province. It was a lovely drive to North... 
    This was the second time I had a chance to visit the Capilano Bridge. The last time was 15years ago. Some times you have to be a tourist in your own province. It was a lovely drive to North...  more »
  • Amazing views and the different areas were amazing. Starting off with the main bridge was beautiful, and then we went to the treetop adventure and then the static bridges. Great fact signs throughout....  more
    Amazing views and the different areas were amazing. Starting off with the main bridge was beautiful, and then we went to the treetop adventure and then the static bridges. Great fact signs throughout....  more »
  • Awesome!! Took my son and we had a good time, walked across the bridge and did the Treetop adventure. Took pictures with the totem poles. Found some great T- shirts in the gift shop. Had a tasty... 
    Awesome!! Took my son and we had a good time, walked across the bridge and did the Treetop adventure. Took pictures with the totem poles. Found some great T- shirts in the gift shop. Had a tasty...  more »
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  • What a beautiful place! The scenery is spectacular. A great walk in and around the trees and fauna. The bridge is amazing, the history to read is concise but helpful. The cliff walk is good. And if you time your visit well with the talks you will have so much knowledge. We went April and thoroughly enjoyed it
  • Fun for the whole family, different Light shows are amazing to walk among. When you pay one entrance free it's good for the entire year. I've seen the Christmas lighting,Valentines day celebration and am looking forward to the Easter lighting! Enjoy the walks and trails anytime of year, gift shopping and food treats available to enjoy in the outdoor seating area. Reservations are recommended for members but are not mandatory for those wanting a last minute kiss of nature! Have a fabulous time.
  • This is an excellent family friendly location. Parking was a bit of a challenge, but it was busy the day we went. Once inside the park, there was more than enough space to be socially distant and 95% is outdoors. What a remarkable history, and a lot of fun traveling many feet in the air from tree to tree. The edge attraction is also spectacular, being able to over look a beautiful river and trees. Well worth the cost, great way to spend two to three hours. I would add this to a must see list for families traveling to Vancouver.
  • Worth every penny. Visited during Love Lights and it was dumping rain, which was unfortunately cold and uncomfortable but fortunately very, very scenic. Loved all the different attractions, and it was easy enough to move between mask-on and mask-off depending on the requirements. The hiker's hot chocolate at the Cabin was super yummy. Probably spent a good two hours there. I do think they should offer free parking since the ticket prices are already more than enough and they aren't exactly sharing their parking lot with any competing activities...
  • Visited for canyon lights and what a view! They did a gorgeous job lighting up the canyon. The tree walks were incredible, such a fun experience. They had fire pits and chairs to enjoy and a few places to eat! We had the lodgers grill, 10/10 best pulled pork sandwich. I found tickets pretty expensive for the experience but other than that- great way to spend the day.

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