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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Admission with Free Shuttle from Vancouver

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    Nature and history abound at the 27- acre Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, just minutes from the bustle of downtown Vancouver. Set within the unique environment of British Columbia’s cedar-scented rainforest, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure, and brand new Cliffwalk allow you to delve into nature’s beauty while kicking up the adrenaline.

    Originally built in 1889, the 450 foot long Capilano Suspension Bridge soars 230 feet above the Capilano River and is your gateway to the forest beyond. Take your time crossing this magnificent structure while enjoying the spectacular view of the canyon and river below.

    Upon reaching the other side you’ll discover the Treetops Adventure, a series of seven interconnected suspension bridges that travel high above the forest floor through the lush evergreen foliage of towering Douglas firs. Viewing platforms nestled into the tree canopy give you a squirrel’s eye view of a thriving coastal forest.

    But for a real thrill, the awe-inspiring Cliffwalk is not to be missed. New for 2011, this amazing walkway juts out from the granite cliff of Capilano Canyon and takes guests to areas of the park that were previously unexplored. High and narrow, Cliffwalk is not for the feint of heart. A series of cantilevered, suspended walkways hug the face of the cliff and in some sections, a path of glass is all that separates you from the canyon below.

    Beyond these main activities, there are plenty of ways to explore the rich history and unique ecosystem of the park. Interactive displays and informative panels offer insight into the forest’s ecology with fun facts and identification clues. Guided history tours are offered hourly and are a great way to learn about the park’s colorful past. A stroll through majestic evergreens and past tranquil ponds with one of the park’s naturalists is a fantastic way to learn about the flora and fauna of the old growth rain forest and discovery the mysteries of this unique Vancouver environment.
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    Important Information
    Departure Point
    Capilano Suspension Bridge
    Departure Time
    5/1/2019 - 4/30/2020Monday - Sunday:08:00 AM - 08:00 PM
    Duration
    2h
    Return Details
    If taking shuttle, it will return you to your selected stop in downtown Vancouver
    Inclusions
    • Free shuttle from downtown Vancouver
    • complimentary I Survived!" certificate
    • Interactive Living Forest exhibit
    • Kia'palano - local First Nations totem pole and cultural area
    • Story Centre - historical park introduction
    • Site Maps (available in eight languages)
    • Guided park and nature tour (offered hourly)
    • Treetops Adventure - 7 suspended bridges canopy walk
    • Cliffwalk - Cantilevered suspended narrow walkway attached to cliff side
    • Kids Educational Activity - Become a Rainforest Explorer
    • Cliff House Restaurant
    • Trading Post Gift Store
    • Entry/Admission - Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
    Exclusions
    • Meals and beverages
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    Additional Info
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Confirmation for this attraction will be received at time of booking
    • Infants aged 5 years and under are free of charge
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Most travelers can participate
    Cancellation Policy
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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    Reviewed 2 days ago

    We spent an afternoon at the Capilano Suspension Bridge and were very happy that we went there. Originally we were planning to take a ferry to go to Victoria for a day. However after reviewing our plan we realized that it would be very exhausting...More

    Date of experience: September 2019
    Thank A. V
    Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

    Perfectly organized! Maps, schedules/times, locations - all went according to plan! Shuttle was easy to find and our driver was really great! Wish I caught his name but he’s an Asian guy who is a native and gave us a mini tour and history of...More

    Date of experience: September 2019
    Thank ndnpharmgrl
    Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

    Was nice but too scared to go more than 12 steps too many people all at the same time and they just have to shake it up for a laugh

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank Darla F
    Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

    For me, it was very expensive verse what to expect. Found a LOT of people there, most of them loud... I say that because it distracted from enjoying the Beautiful nature/grounds. This may be me, or my family, but watching others reactions to the noise...More

    Thank rcstroll
    Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

    We visited on an overcast Tuesday out of the peak season and still found it very crowded. The price of admission and prices for food or gifts were excessive. The grounds were clean and beautifully decorated with potted plants. The signage was very educational. The...More

    Thank Barbara S
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    shopperdoc
    21 September 2019|
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    Response from Flinky478 | Reviewed this property |
    I'm usually utterly terrified, we went at around 530 is, very quiet and I really enjoyed it.. I won't say I'm a heights convert but I was pleasantly surprised and it's beautiful
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    Nurse504
    2 September 2019|
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    Response from MirandaCabiladas | Reviewed this property |
    Morning is the best time to visit. Not many people, so you can enjoy the place a bit more, and the bridge won't be swaying that much. Three hours is ample time. Of course, you can spend longer if you want, but I also suggest... More
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    ova40
    22 August 2019|
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    Response from Teresa N | Reviewed this property |
    After visiting their website, the park is open every day, except Christmas day - 10am -5pm From November 22nd 2019 - January 26th 2020 they have Canyon Lights where the park is open 11am - 9pm. You should be able to find... More
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