Reminder: Capilano Suspension Bridge will be closing this week

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Looking for something fun to do this week? Well then, you should know that it’s your last chance to visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge before it closes until December. The North Vancouver attraction is closing its doors on September 30th, here’s what to know.

The Capilano Suspension Bridge will be taking a hiatus for the months of October and November due to the suspected low attendance in the fall. But don’t worry! The bridge will reopen starting in December for the famous Canyon Lights. It’s not a goodbye, it’s a see you later.

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So, if you didn’t check it out this summer, you’ve only got a couple of days left to see it. And with such a nice forecast this week now’s about a good a time as any to go check things out. Plus, you’ll be treated to some amazing autumn colours. All of that said, this might actually be the best time to go!

Our recommendation? Skip a single ticket and just buy a yearly pass, since you’ll likely want to return during the holiday season.

Capilano Suspension Bridge

When: Closes Wednesday, September 30
Where: 3735 Capilano Road
Cost: $54.95 for an annual pass