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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

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1,436 Reviews
Daily; hours vary seasonally
3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, British Columbia, V7R 4J1

The Basics

Book admission tickets in advance for this popular attraction and visit independently—highlights include First Nations totem poles, a 700-foot-long (213-meter-long) Cliffwalk, and a thrilling treetop adventure route made up of smaller, open-ended suspension bridges. Kids will also love the guided nature walks. Alternatively, stop by on a small-group or private tour from Vancouver that also heads to Grouse Mountain or tours Vancouver city. Most such tours include round-trip transportation for convenience.

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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Ticket
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Ticket
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$47.40 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Don’t miss this adventure!
A must see place in Vancouver. Need about 2.5 hours to complete but it’s fun, adventurous and lots of great places to eat in there! Definitely recommend!!
Cloverlyn_H, Sep 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Vancouver

star-5
Little crowded but fun none the less
Janice_S, Aug 2021
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Ticket
The views at the bridge we awesome. Although they had to incorporate a won way system due to COVID which made the place crowded, the tree-trekking was fun as well. Perhaps scheduled times would ease that crowded feeling. Well worth the visit.
star-5
Awesome tour
Karen_Y, Sep 2021
Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Was an excellent experience. Herman, our tour guide, was very knowledgeable about the area. Thoroughly enjoyed the entire trip.
star-5
Great combination- perfect day!
Paul_C, Sep 2021
Seaplane Tour with Admission to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Seaplane is awesome - not to be missed. Combination either the bridge visit (and trails) makes for a perfect day
star-5
Capalino in the rain
Jane_R, Sep 2021
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Ticket
Walking in the rain with dripping trees, hanging mists and almost alone! Informative displays explaining geology of area.
star-5
Good place
Nima_T, Sep 2021
Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Grousse mountain...we get a mind blowing views from top of the mountain. Sky ride was super excited to us . We did Capillano bridge with a little scary...it was superb place as well...
star-5
Excellent
Nicole_F, Sep 2021
Seaplane Tour with Admission to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Great service and hospitality from each staff member and we were allowed to store our bags there for the duration of our excursions.
star-5
Great trip, with fantastic views!
Bob_S, Sep 2021
Small Group Tour: Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain from Vancouver
Thoroughly enjoyed our trip to the Capilano Bridge and Grouse Mountain. Our guide Don was extremely knowledgeable and helpful from the time he picked us up until he dropped us back at the Airbnb. As this was our first time visiting Vancouver it was nice having someone like Don be our guide. He gave us lots of commentary on the city and Stanley Park while we were driving to our stops. Great tour, value for our money and a great tour guide. Thank you Don!
star-4
Good must visit place
Dipin_G, Sep 2021
Vancouver City Tour Including Capilano Suspension Bridge
It's good but not so great. Actually this places are near to city. You can do it yourself and save a lot money. But it's not bad too..
star-5
Fun outing
Andrew_B, Sep 2021
Small Group Tour: Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain from Vancouver
Wish we had more time in Capilano. Grouse Mountain was cute. Worth it as an overall experience. Driver was friendly as well.
star-5
Excellent
Geri_D, Aug 2021
Vancouver City Tour Including Capilano Suspension Bridge
Loved the suspension bridge Nathan was professional and informative and the city was beautiful. Thank you
star-5
Capilano worth to see
Karunattu, Sep 2021
Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Capilano bridge should not be missed. The tree top walk was reallygood. From the grouse mountain the bear habitat was worth seeing.
star-5
Great city to visit.
Leonid_K, Aug 2021
Small Group Tour: Vancouver Sightseeing and Capilano Suspension Bridge
Eric was an excellent guide, warm, knowledgeable and eager to make our trip the most satisfying. Vancouver has fine representation in In him.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The bridge's thick steel cables are securely attached to huge concrete blocks on either side of the canyon; there's no need to be afraid.

  • While strollers and wheelchairs are not allowed on the bridge, visitors with wheelchairs receive free entrance to the park and can take part in other activities.

  • Dogs are permitted in the park, as long as they stay on their leash.

  • There's an on-site gift shop for all your souvenir needs.

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How to Get to There

The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is located in North Vancouver, across the First Narrows from Stanley Park. By road, take Highway 99 north across the Lions Gate Bridge to Exit 14 on Capilano Road. By public transit, take the 246 bus from downtown Vancouver or the connection between the SeaBus and the 236 bus. A free shuttle also stops at several downtown hotels, and you can get there easily from the Olympic Cauldron, Granville Island, and Canada Place.

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When to Get There

While summer is by far the most popular time to visit and take your turn at the walk across the bridge, the park is open year-round. Between the months of November and January, the bridge and surrounding area are lit up with hundreds of thousands of canyon lights set against the greenery. You’ll also find fun holiday activities suitable for families and kids.

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The History of the Capilano Suspension Bridge

Originally installed by Scottish civil engineer George Grant Mackay, the Capilano Suspension Bridge started life as a hemp rope footbridge before being replaced in 1903, reinforced in 1914, and rebuilt in 1956. It's now one of Vancouver's most popular attractions, owned by Nancy Stibbard. And the name? It's an Anglicization of the Squamish Nation word Kia'palano.

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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park