Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The 140 meters (460 ft) long bridge, 70 meters (230 ft) above the river, is a signature feature of the park, which attracts over 800,000 visitors every year. First bridge was built in 1889 and ever since, along with the other attractions, entertains the adventurers.
The park also features Treetops Adventure, various trails, that lead hikers through the award winning gardens and a West Coast rainforest. A guided tour can be arranged, which will introduce to the history and nature of the park. There are various tours and activities for the kids as well. After the adventures visitors are invited to a fudge shop, which offers various flavors for the sweet tooth.
Why to go there?
One of the most famous bridges in Canada; a wonderful nature retreat.
When to go there?
The park is open all year round, except on Christmas Day.
How to get there?
By Capilano shuttle, whose service is free! Shuttle picks up visitors from Canada Place, Melville Street, Blue Horizon and Hotel Westin Bayshore.
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Lead photo by Michelle Lee