Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia
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The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park features a swinging bridge 136 meters (446 feet) long and 70 meters (230 feet) above the Capilano River and a series of suspension bridges between trees leading to a treehouse in the forest canopy. Kids may also get a thrill from Cliffwalk, cantilevered walkways with glass walls extending over the river canyon. Plus, there are totem poles galore, guided rainforest tours, gardens, walking trails, artifacts from when the bridge was built and a museum exploring the history of the First Nations aborigines who originally inhabited the area.
Tips for Families
Small children may find the suspension bridges and Cliffwalk scary.
Address: 3735 Capilano Rd, Vancouver, British Columbia| Map
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Price: Adults: $32.95; Seniors: $30.95; Students: $26.95; Children (13 - 16): $21.95; Children (6 - 12): $12; Children under 6: free More Info
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Came here the other night to take in the Christmas trees and lights they have set up for the holidays. Tis the Season! Entrance fee is a bit stiff for a single entrance ($25 plus tax) but for a few dollars more you can get an annual pass (good for a year from the date you purchase it) and come back and visit many times. Tis the Season! It was a bit crowded in places because of the groups coming and going and the families taking advantage of a family deal ($50 plus tax for 2 adults and 2 kids). Tis the Season! There was a good number of displays at the entrance and scattered through the park, of interesting historical significance relating to the bridge and the area. Scenic photo opportunities for you and y...
Capilano Suspension Bridge - Very nice but T
On the day we visited the park it was lovely and sunny when we entered the park. However as the park is in the middle of a rain forest, the weather changed while we were there. The park itself is very nice and there are lot of things to see and do and we allowed half a day to make the most of the place. Near the entrance, the totem pole park and the history of the Capilano Suspension Bridge were very educational. The actual suspension bridge is in my opinion “very nice but over-hyped”. We were told that the bridge is so frightening that only adrenaline junkies were able to go to the other side. In reality we have found no such problem except when few young kids running on the bridge which they were not suppo...
This place will make you feel like a kid walking through bridges and high up in treehouse with a decent view of the stream below. The main suspension bridge is not for anyone who has any level of Acrophobia. It's a cool little place to visit if you are in town, but it is by ...
Family fun in the treetops
A visit to Capilano is a must for family travelers to Vancouver. Our children enjoyed their walk through the treetops even more than the trip across ...
Spend the day
We went there in the middle of the day. There is so much to do and so fun, you should reserve a whole day for it to really enjoy it. Parking is easy, the peopl...