Capilano Suspension Bridge
Gingerly make your way, step by step, across the Capilano River. Could visiting a bridge be this much fun? Yes! The 100-year-old Capilano Suspension Bridge is one of Vancouver area’s most entertaining attractions. The bridge gently rocks and sways as it leads visitors to a beautifully landscaped area with tall trees, fish ponds and hiking trails.
A unique totem pole collection is also situated there. The bridge is 400 feet in length. You’ll be able to watch native First Nation carvers at work, and there are many photo opportunities here, especially from the deck that is built along the canyon wall. If you’re hungry or would like to buy a souvenir of your bridge-walking experience, restaurants and gift shops are available at the site. Go to 3735 Capilano Road North to get here.