Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
8 expert reviews
“Across the bridge is the Treetops Adventure, where you can walk along 650 feet of cable bridges suspended among the trees.”
"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.
"This heart-stopping experience... boasts a whole lot of extra features that keep the visitors coming back." Full review
"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