This is certainly one of the most popular attractions in the city. Since 1889, millions of feet have trodden this 137-metre-long suspension bridge, which crosses the Capilano River at a height of 70 metres.
The more visitors there are crossing at the same time, the more intense the feelings. Kids love it! Located in North Vancouver, across the Lions Gate Bridge from Stanley Park, the Capilano Suspension Bridge is also surrounded by a large park where you can discover First Nations totem poles and aboriginal culture. These totems, which are read from the bottom up, tell stories of great leaders and wildlife.
Having decrypted these mysterious legends, take the Cliff Walk along the cliff several metres high before passing from tree to tree through a course of 7 bridges. Here, some of the trees are incredibly old—one of them is a 1,300-year-old Douglas Fir!
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
3735 Capilano Rd
North Vancouver, BC V7R 4J1
+1 604 985 7474