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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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park reviews
Nature-lover’s haven, this place has nice things to enjoy. Coffee shop in the middle of the park, forest-view, cliff walking, souvenir shop, easy access of washrooms, treetops canopy, snow war area... more »
We drove to North Vancouver from another lower mainland city on Dec 3,345pm for the Christmas Lights Display. It is good to get there at this time of season around 4pm as then you can see the trees... more »
We went at 10:30am and even then it was still quite busy. Spent about an hour here total. It’s a bit pricey but seems like one of those things you must do while in Vancouver. Do it once so you can... more »
Whimsical experience with night lights! Best time to go is in winter, after snowfall, just before dark. You'll see river from the bridge and the cliff with daylight, than grab a drink, wait till it's completely dark and do everything once again. Designers did an outstanding job decorating the place, even adult would feel as a kid with so much charming details. Highly recommend. Enjoy!
There's nothing quite like this in the greater Vancouver area so that's definitely unique for tourists. However, as a local, it's not worth the price of admission because we're lucky enough to have access to this kind of scenery for free. Further, the bridge at Lynn canyon is free. I will say that the cliff walk is interesting worth experiencing, although a little short. The exhibits are quite well done, good presentation on history, the gift shop is actually one of the best I've ever seen, very well done. Everything is well maintained, great place for tourists. I wish it were a little bigger.
Beautiful and fun place to visit. The bridge was scary but if you moved fast then you were across in 75 seconds (yes I tested it). The grounds are well maintained and the whole park takes a few hours to go through and enjoy. We had a fun time!
I love visiting the Capilano Suspension Bridge throughout the year with my family. There is so much to see with the Tree Top Adventures, the boardwalk, the trail around the lake and the cliff walk are just a few things that make this an amazing place to hang out at. Warning: there are lots of stairs to climb and during Canyon Lights event the place gets packed with visitors to the point there maybe line ups or passages get slowed due to people taking pictures. It would be more enjoyable to visit during their off seasons.
We visited on a rainy Tues between Xmas & NY a few hours before dusk. Attendance was light enough that there wasn't any wait to cross the suspension bridge many times; before dusk and after dark for the Christmas lights. The lights throughout the woods and park are beautiful. I'm not great with heights but I felt very comfortable with the integrity of all the bridges and elevated walks. The suspension bridge is the only one that does move. Had dinner at the only sit down restaurant on site. The beers we ordered were tasty but I can't say the same for the honey baked salmon dinner I ordered. Advertised as local, but it was made from frozen (as I suspected), and it was tasteless and dry. The assorted veggies that came with it were great though. The fish and chips dinner was rather tasteless as well. Definitely room for improvement. We came for the sites and not the food is the reason for my 5 stars.
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