The Capilano Suspension Bridge is one of Metro Vancouver’s most famous tourist attractions, and for good reason. The 140 metre long bridge sits some 70 metres above the canyon floor, offering stunning views of the North Shore’s beautiful forest.
- Access to the Capilano Suspension Bridge
- Access to the Cliffwalk, which juts out from a granite cliff in the canyon and features open-grate pathways, viewing platforms and more
- Access to the Treetops Adventure, which has guests climb some 110 feet into the forest canopy
- Additional information about the history of the region located throughout the experiences
What To Expect
BOOKING – The park is currently only offering timed entry for both passholders and single ticket buyers. The time slots offer a 30-minute window to arrive at the park, and guests are expected to complete their visit in a reasonable time.
ARRIVAL – Please arrive during your time slot, as park capacity is limited and you may be asked to wait until the next available time.
DURING YOUR VISIT – To adhere to public health guidelines, the park has adopted one-way routes for visitors. So, you’ll first check out the Bridge itself, then explore the far side of the park, which features the Treetops Adventure and a cafe. Then, cross the bridge once more to access the Cliffwalk experience.
DEPARTURE – Prior to departing, guests are encouraged to visit the gift shop for some fun memorabilia and help support the park.