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Now writing this post about 6 years after visiting, I’m a little rusty on the details of how we got there. We didn’t rent a car so we definitely took public transportation. According to their website, there’s a free shuttle. If you plan on going, I’d definitely look into that. I do recall the beautiful Capilano Suspension Bridge was a highlight of the trip.
Mythical Woodland Creatures
Imagine being with mythical woodland creatures galavanting through a forest, that’s what it was like. It was forest as far as the eye could see! Very serene and peaceful. Very few people were there, so there was very little noise.
“Originally built in 1889, Capilano Suspension Bridge stretches 450 feet (137m) across and 230 feet (70m) above Capilano River. CLIFFWALK is the park’s newest attraction, a cantilevered walkway clinging to the granite cliff high above Capilano Canyon. Treetops Adventure, seven suspension bridges through the evergreens taking you up to 100 feet (30m) above the forest floor, offers a unique squirrel’s eye perspective of the forest.
Guided Nature Tours
Guided nature tours, the Kids’ Rainforest Explorer program and the Living Forest exhibit enhance this unique rainforest encounter. Enjoy seasonal musical entertainment and First Nations culture. Take photos at the Totem Park and with the Capilano Tramps. Top it off with a visit to the gift shop full of quality merchandise from all over Canada and great homemade fudge! It’s all in a day’s fun at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.” (source: https://www.capbridge.com)