Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
8 expert reviews
“This heart-stopping experience... boasts a whole lot of extra features that keep the visitors coming back.”
"Across the bridge is the Treetops Adventure, where you can walk along 650 feet of cable bridges suspended among the trees." Full review
"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."
"Scottish engineer George Mackay extended a rope and plank bridge 137m (450ft) over the Capilano River in 1889 with the help of two men and a team of horses." Full review
Bear in mind it doesn't take many people to make the bridge sway quite alarmingly.
"You'll appreciate this deep canyon best from the long (137m/450ft), narrow Capilano Suspension Bridge, 70m/230ft above the Capilano River, revealing a head-spinning view." Full review
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" Added park attractions include a glass-bottomed cliffside walkway and an elevated canopy trail through the trees. " Full review