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Capilano Suspension Bridge

3735 Capilano Rd
North Vancouver, BC  V7R 4J1

(604) 985-7474

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History
November 23, 2012

Established in 1889
George Grant Mackay, the Scottish civil engineer who built the original suspension bridge in 1889, was the Vancouver City Parks Commissioner responsible for setting aside the land now known as Stanley Park!

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Specialties
November 23, 2012

Breath-taking scenery coupled with elegant engineering, Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park offers offers a unique mix of adventure, history and culture. There is an array of activities to do including the main Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure, Raptor's Ridge, nature guides and history tours, as well as the latest attraction CLIFFWALK (opens June 3).

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June 12, 2012

This 450-foot-long pedestrian suspension bridge, which gently (terrifyingly?) sways 230 feet above the tree-lined Capilano River Canyon, is the world's longest. The Treetops Adventure attraction, opened in 2004, added an additional 650 feet of bridge linking eight Douglas fir trees up to 100 feet above the forest floor. The bridge gained some notoriety in 1999, when a 17-month-old infant fell... more

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3.5 star rating
November 10, 2012

We visited the Capilano Suspension Bridge PARK during our stay in Vancouver. I'm a city girl who considers staying at a resort near a forest as "camping". So, I luved my visit at the park. Arrive early and you will have the entire park to yourselves.

Your $30+ admission fee is just not for the "bridge" but the entrance to a 27 acre park which includes:

(1) Suspension Bridge
Originally built... more

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3.5 star rating
October 22, 2012

Recommended for people who love scenery and something new. Biggest walking bridge I've ever crossed. It does sway so if you're really afraid of heights don't look down. Tree tops was a nice leisure walk. Cliffwalk was was cool.
With Capilano Map there are 6 check points and when you've gotten all the stamps you'll get a certificate of completing Capilano. We had a little to much fun with that.... more

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3.5 star rating
October 10, 2012

It's very touristy, but you know what....we still liked it!!! It was rainy when we went there a couple of weeks ago so that helped to keep the crowds away. We had the suspension bridge all to ourselves much of the time!

The price of admission also includes the treetops adventure and cliffwalk. These two spots were also cool. Although, it would have been nicer to have the entire cliffwalk made... more

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May 12, 2014

Vancouver’s oldest attraction has thrilled visitors since 1889. Cross the swaying planks of the bridge suspended above the Capilano River and wander among towering evergreens in a West Coast rainforest. Guides interpret the park’s nature and history, or you can take a self-guided tour. Get a squirrel’s-eye view at Treetops Adventure: seven suspension bridges in the trees take you high above the... more

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June 30, 2013

Capilano Suspension Bridge offers these services: tourism, touristic, banquet rooms, gifts, tourist attractions.

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May 20, 2012

Capilano Suspension Bridge is one of Vancouver's top attractions. Experience this breath-taking Vancouver attraction today

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