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Only 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, allow 2 - 3 hours for your visit to Vancouver's iconic Capilano Suspension Bridge, hanging 450 feet (137m) across and 230 feet (70m) above Capilano River. The park offers more than just the bridge. Its...more
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I didn’t really take the time to read the whole story behind the bridge but it was built in 1903 and has had only one upgrade in 1914 when another cable was added. It’s worth the walk over and the nature walk and treetops walkway...More
This is a very beautiful park you can visit with the key attraction being able to walk across a suspension bridge which goes across a canyon. It is very beautiful, but given the entrance price, I wouldn't go out of my way to recommend it...More
Digging around the net we quickly discovered that no matter the season this destination gets busy - so if you are going - go early. We also noted that the Park is not that big - only a few acres
We got the free shuttle...More
We were unsure whether to do this trip but decided that we couldn't miss it as so many people had recommended it to us. The free shuttle bus was certainly a plus as we had no other transport.
We had a morning with no rain...More
Definitely a must do and see in Vancouver even if it’s raining!
Feeling the sensation of the suspension bridge brought, giggles, smiles and happiness. Truly fun!
The Treetops Adventure was also exciting with it’s seven suspension bridges, Christmas lights and the “Well planned” information about...More
We visited the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park on a rainy day, but it was still a fun place to visit. Plenty of parking was available; you need to pay at the machine. We were unsure as to the facilities inside as there wasn’t much info...More
Good times in the fresh outdoor North Shore rainforest but, even in the rain, have patience with photo ops and no sense of surroundings! Make sure to experience the Cliffwalk as well!
If you forgot an umbrella snag one of the complimentary green rain ponchos...More
Firstly apologies for not replying sooner. The answer is yes you can do both in one day. We did. In Vancouver it was a lovely warm day but on the mountain there was cloud/fog and about 6 degrees celsius.