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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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The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park comprises the suspension bridge, the Tree-top Adventure, and the Cliff Walk. The suspension bridge is 500 feet long, 200 feet above the river. The Tree-top Adventure is an engineering marvel, with small suspension bridges connecting treetops at great heights. The...More
So, this is definitely the touristy suspension bridge to visit, you'll be crossing it with hundreds of your closest friends, but overall it's a fun experience.
The interpretive exhibits are really informative and fun, the cliff walk was really unique and less crowded, and the...More
This tourist site exceeded our expectations. We were there for nearly three hours.
We took the free bus shuttle from Downtown (we caught it opposite the library). This is an excellent service and on time.
There is a historic exhibition before you get to the...More
visited the Capilano bridge today. Nice experience, quite unique but highly over rated. Ticket prices are too steep. the most disappointing aspect was the toilets in the park.. It's not cleaned regularly and there's no alternative of other washrooms. after paying so much, was sure...More
This was a highlight and it did not disappoint. Spend 2-3 hours here to walk across the bridge and explore the treetop walk, which is a very pleasant walk amongst centuries-old Douglas Fir trees and giant Red Cedar trees. The Cliffwalk is a must-do as...More
I drove to the park, easy to get to and plenty of parking (need to pay) and it's just across the road from the entrance. You can get a shuttle from Vancouver if you want. It cost me about $60AUD to get in which I...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.