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Visiting Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver
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Enter into the amazing world of lush green surroundings, tall trees, and a picturesque backdrop of the Capilano Suspension Bridge through the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Serving the city as one of the most prominent tourist attractions and welcoming more than a million visitors from every corner of the world. Enjoy breathtaking yet beautiful views from the four hundred and fifty feet and seventy feet high world acclaimed Capilano Suspension Bridge. The beautiful Bridge is so strong that it can hold up to ninety-six full grown elephants. The treasure house stores something special for everyone who pays a visit to embrace its grandeur and richness. Experience the perfect blend of the magnificent history of Vancouver, its culture and the natural diversity and heritage of the city all at a single place, the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. In the year 1889, the less trodden bridge opened its heart for the locals and the foreigners, and today this less known bridge takes pride as the landmark of Vancouver and holds within itself the footprints of millions of visitors who have crossed it.

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A Magical Tour of Capilano Suspension Bridge

A Magical Tour of Capilano Suspension Bridge

The Cliffwalk

The Cliffwalk

Cliffwalk is the latest added gem in the park. If you are looking for something thrilling, captivating, and interesting, then the Cliffwalk is the perfect place for you. This heart-stopping Cliffside journey takes its visitors through dense rainforest vegetation through a series of self-effacing suspended walkways moving out from the granite cliff above the Capilano River to allow the visitors to explore unknown areas of the park. The thrilling settings of the walkways, which include the high and narrow sections and also a glass section, are not for the guests who are scared of heights as the sight down below is jaw-dropping. Hold hands of your loved ones and start a magical journey which will put a smile on your face.

The Treetops Adventure

The Treetops Adventure

Amazing, alluring, magnificent, exciting, and a lot more adjectives can be used to describe the beauty of the Treetops Adventure. One of the most popular attractions inhabiting the place it will make you fall in love with itself through the series of seven suspension bridges that comprise the adventure trail. Enjoy the most cherishing views of the West Coast rainforest though these spectacular bridges. It is similar to a canopy walk with viewing platforms attached to an innovative, adjustable, and moveable tree collar system. Venture around from one terrific Douglas fir tree to another through the suspended bridges. Adorn your trip with the guided tours and the exploration programs designed especially for kids. Its beloveds consider it to be one of Vancouver's quintessential adventure activities. It is very popular among tourists as it does not involve any serious adventure activity.

Canyon Lights

Canyon Lights

Celebrate the most enchanting festival of the winter season in Vancouver, the Canyon Lights. Re-capture the magic, romance, love, and excitement of a delightful sight and be amazed by the fantastic lighting of hundreds and thousands of lights all throughout the park. The brightness of the lights will fill your soul with unmatched happiness and will teleport you to a world which is beyond the explanation. All the attractions –the suspension bridge, the Treetops Adventure, Cliffwalk, the rainforest, and the canyon are adorned with beautiful lights to entice the visitors and cherish them with visual enchantment. The sight is so beautiful that it will make you fall in love with Vancouver. Hold your breath before you see the Douglas fir trees as the light display makes them the eight tallest Christmas trees in the world. Rekindle your childhood by going on a Snowy Owl Prowl, decorating gingerbread cookies and singing carols along with the band of musicians.

The History tours

The History tours

The complimentary mini guided tours are the icing on the cake which enriches the visitors with an interactive synopsis of the rich and colorful past of the world famous Capilano Suspension Bridge. It lets the visitors explore the legacy of the local First Nations in the past and present of the bridge. It nurtures the travelers with a highly interactive foundation description about the ecology of the West Coast rainforest. Guests get a sneak peek into flora and fauna of the rich ecosystem and the unique climate which makes it stand apart from others.

Insider Tips

How to Get Tickets?

You can book tickets through this website to increase your savings as they offer amazing deals on bookings.

How To Get Around?

Explore the place on foot or through a shuttle service.

What Should I Wear?

Wear comfortable clothes. Go for shorts with a cute crop top or an off-shoulder romper. You can also wear jeans with a trendy t-shirt. Boys can wear trousers with a funky polo t-shirt. For footwear, choose flats, slip-on, or sneakers. Carry a trendy sling bag and wear a beautiful hat to increase your fashion game. Use sunscreen before moving out in the sun.

Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit the place is between 9 am to 5 pm.

Currency

The currency is Canadian Dollars.

Will I Need a Guide?

No you don't need a guide as this website is your perfect guide for the trip.

How To Get There?

You can use airways, roadways or railways to reach the beautiful city of Vancouver.

Additional Info

Carry a water bottle. Don't bow-down beyond a limit. If you are afraid of height then avoid the Cliffwalk.

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