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Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia

3735 Capilano Rd, Vancouver, British Columbia

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Submitted by: Louise G.

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...

Submitted by: Steven S.

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 ...

Submitted by: Mark D.

Capilano Suspension Bridge is a must when visiting Vancouver. Even my three year old son loved walking across the bridges and cliffs. Wear good shoes if it has been raining. The wood in areas was a little slippery. Capilano Suspension Bridge provides a free shuttle from the Vancouver hotels. The bus driver ...

Submitted by: Sophia C.

The first time I went to Vancouver BC, I came here and conquered my fear of heights while visiting this bridge. This third time around, had to take the hubby to experience it. Is it a tourist spot? Absolutely! The price is about ~$45 US dollars, which can be a deterrent, but this place is well worth it if you're a nature nut like us. We had tons of fun wobbling walk on the bridge and getting great pictures of the ravine/river below us. The rest of the park has smaller suspension bridges were you won't get light headed. The place would remind you of being an Ewok in those Star Wars movie. Really, it's just an interactive park mainly for kids to explore, but if you're a kid at heart, you can blow an hour or tw...

Submitted by: Iris T.

A nice way to spend some time with your family -- how often in life do you get a chance to walk across a suspension bridge? Check out the Cliff Walk -- there are a few great places to take pics of the suspension bridge, a small waterfall, and just nature! There's also a few places to eat while inside the park. I suggest Logger's Grill -- I got the salmon burger and it was delicious. Of course the food's a bit overpriced but you'll most likely need to refuel while at the park. Book your tickets online -- saves you time waiting in a line! If you're a student, tickets are even cheaper! I don't think I'll be coming back here on any future trips to Van-City but I definitely don't regret going -- all in all, the e...

Submitted by: Alan S.

It's touristy and expensive.  Minus one star for the price although I'll assume that they pay lots of money for insurance and maintenance of their infrastructure.  But it's great for kids and really is a remarkable feat of engineering.  The bridge itself is quite a trip to cross over but I was more impresed with the tree top walkways that were built without a single nail or bolt driven into living wood.  They use these fancy compression bands wrapped around the trees.  I suppose the tight squeeze might have it's own problems but probably better than drilling into the trees.  The cliffwalk was also impressive, great to hang out over the canyon like this. Having done it once I think I am not going to ever go b...

Submitted by: Smitcha B.

3.5 max. They would've gotten the four stars if it wasn't for the $30 something entrance fee. Then again, I'm a tourist so a one time deal is fine. I'm not surprised to see that majority of the reviews here isn't written by locals. If I lived in B.C., I'd rather spend my dough on Tim Horton's ice caps or steep teas. Most of the people I saw here were tourists like myself or people who brought out their bratty pets who they refer to as their children. Supposedly, there's another suspension bridge somewhere that is supposedly free but a tad bit ghettofied and not as glamorous as this one. Going through the turnstiles felt like I was walking into an amusement park. I immediately grabbed a map which if you pay a...

Submitted by: Katrina D.

I love to run and hike but I am deathly afraid of heights, so this was quiet a test for me. The views were breath-taking! My legs were shaking every time the bridge swayed from side to side, but I made it! It was so high.  After crossing the suspension bridge, there was more-- 5 or 6 baby suspension bridges, trails, stairs, and the cliff walk was phenomenal!  Of course, I wasn't informed that there would be gorgeous paths, otherwise, I would not have worn flip flops!  The cliff walk had little "nature tidbits" telling about rock formations, water, and such. I loved standing over the glass floors :) I just browsed through our pictures and the background looks nearly fake! I really had a great time here and wo...

Submitted by: Teena D.

My sister and I went to Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park. The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The current bridge is 136 metres (446 ft) long and 70 metres (230 ft) above the river. It is part of a private facility, with a charge for admission, and draws over 800,000 visitors a year. As well as the bridge itself and Treetops Adventure, the park also features rain forest ecotours, award-winning gardens, nature trails, North America's largest private collection of First Nations totem poles, period decor and costumes, and exhibits highlighting the park's history and the surrounding temperate rain forest. Treetop...

Submitted by: Amy L.

The weather gods were nice to us today.  With the sun out and not a drop of rain in sight, we caught the free shuttle that took us to the Capilano Suspension Bridge.   I thought the admission was a bit pricey at $30 bucks (including tax) but it was totally worth it.  Breathtaking scenery, clean air and tons of picturesque opportunites.   The suspension bridge was fun and being suspended 250 ft over rapid waters was amazing!  The tree top adventures is definitely where a kid would have tons of fun at.  I did and also got a once in a lifetime experience.  Guess what I saw?  A bald eagle!  Yes, a real live one in the wild who happened to take a giant poop.  The eagle alone made this experience 5 stars.   I can ...

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