While visiting Vancouver, one popular attraction recommended by everyone was the Capilano Suspension Bridge, which stretches 450 ft (137 m) across and hangs 230 ft (70 m) above the Capilano River.
I may be a tad afraid of heights.
I would probably be terrified to encounter any of these birds.
The newest addition to the twenty-seven acre park is the Cliffwalk. The main bridge and the cliffwalk can get crowded and have long lines.
Can you see the tiny waterfall?
Also in the park is Treetops Adventure, which is made up of seven suspension bridges that are 100 ft above the forest floor. At Treetops Adventure, they offer guided nature tours and have lots of activities for kids. We can see why it’s a great spot for families.
Can you tell Jacob is thrilled I made him do this pose? :P
Tourist traps are usually our least favorite part of traveling to a new city, because they’re always crowded, overpriced, and overrated. We actually didn’t expect there to be much more than just the suspension bridge, but it ended up being a beautiful park, and we’re so glad we had a chance to visit. We enjoyed walking around the treetops adventure the most and liked that they had lots of great photo opps throughout the park. They also do provide a paid parking lot, but we found some free street parking just uphill past the entrance.