The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers visitors a unique mix of adventure, history and culture, which makes this attraction a complete British Columbia experience and a must-see while visiting Vancouver. Appreciate our impressive nature from three breathtaking perspectives of the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure, and Cliffwalk.
There’s more authentic B.C. enchantment to be found in guided nature tours, explorer programs for kids, First Nations carvings demos, a totem pole park, gift shop, and three restaurants where you can get a bite to eat.
Originally built in 1889, the award-winningCapilano Suspension Bridge Park is one of Greater Vancouver’s top attractions. Locals and visitors from around the globe enjoy the thrill of crossing the 450-foot (137m) swaying bridge, suspended 230 feet (70m) above Capilano River in North Vancouver, BC. The bridge offers splendid views of the river below and the old-growth forest.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is situated in a West Coast rainforest. As you explore the nature trails in the Park, you will find interpretive information about the ecosystem throughout the park. You will be well informed while you stroll through the rainforest, past trout ponds and majestic evergreens. To learn more, be sure to join one of the complimentary mini guided tours offered hourly within the park.
Canyon Lights has been cancelled for the 2020 season.
Re-capture the feeling of wonder and excitement of the holiday season and be amazed by the hundreds of thousands of lights throughout the park when visiting November-January. The Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure, Cliffwalk, rainforest and canyon are transformed into a world of festive lights and visual enchantment.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC
Tips: If you purchase your admission tickets online, you can bypass the ticket line-up. Don’t let the rain stop you from visiting, complimentary biodegradable ponchos are available from Guest Services on rainy days!