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Vancouver: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Self-Guided Tour

Vancouver: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Self-Guided Tour

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Explore one of the most popular tourist attractions in British Columbia at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park with this self-guided tour. Admire the stunning panoramas as you cross thrillings bridges 70m above the rivers, forests, and canyons below.

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  • Cross the World Famous Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Get a squirrel's eye view of a West Coast rainforest on Treetops Adventure
  • Take yourself to the edge of nature on Cliffwalk
  • Surround yourself amongst giant Douglas-fir trees
  • Enjoy a free year round shuttle operating from Downtown Vancouver
Full description
Only 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, take a walk on Vancouver's wild side as you stand 230 feet (70m) above the waters of the Capilano River on a breath-taking 450-foot-long (137-metres) suspension bridge. Appreciate nature from 3 breath-taking perspectives - the world-famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, the Treetops Adventure, and the thrilling Cliffwalk.  This 27-acre park was made famous by its namesake bridge, which was built back in 1889, and has been added onto with even more attractions to let you experience the temperate rainforests of beautiful British Columbia.  While the wobbly bridge and stunning location is a Vancouver landmark, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers an all-encompassing BC experience. History, culture, and nature are presented in unique and thrilling ways with knowledgeable staff and interpretive signage providing as much, or as little, information as guests want. The thrilling Cliffwalk hugs the granite cliffside and offers panoramic views of the thriving rainforest and canyon below. With 16 anchor points in the cliff supporting the structure and two glass platforms, this walk is not for the faint of heart. The Treetops Adventure takes guests 110 feet into the canopy of a coastal rainforest on 7 suspension bridges attached to old-growth trees. It is accessible to guests age 2 to 92. Nature guides provide hourly tours, explaining the importance of a West Coast temperate rainforest to the ecosystem. Guided Tours and seasonal events like Raptors Ridge birds of prey June to October and Canyon Lights late November through to end of January enhance the many experiences at this year-round destination.
  • Admission into Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
  • Parking
  • Food and drinks
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions

You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Meeting point

Capilano Suspension Bridge Entrance, 3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver, BC V7R 4J1, Canada

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Baby strollers

Know before you go

  • · Face masks are encouraged in the park on attractions and indoor venues
  • The park is open rain or shine
  • Infants and children aged 5 years and under can enter free of charge
  • Dogs on leashes are permitted
  • There is free Wifi in the park
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.7 /5

based on 171 reviews

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Took the public bus from downtown Vancouver, got there a few minutes before opening and finished just as it was starting to get crowded. Some great views. Not for the faint of heart or those with bad knees - it’s a lot of walking on unstable surfaces and stairs. A squirrel tried to steal my breakfast. The coffee was good. It’s pretty expensive for what it is, but I feel ok about supporting the preservation of something like this.

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July 2, 2022

It's important to arrive early to avoid some of the "crush" of crowds. We arrived shortly after opening on a week-day but towards noon the volume of visitors was significant. The number of people on the suspension bridge was the notable for the inability of people to maintain balance while walking.

September 11, 2021

Very nice location, well landscaped to preserve the temperate tropical forest. We do not damage the flora because we always walk on wooden sidewalks. Interesting information boards. Having specific times for our entrance tickets helps avoid too many people on site. Social distancing is easy. Nice souvenir shop. The entrance fee is justified when we see the development and preservation work of this forest

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August 20, 2021

Product ID: 200569