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Capilano Suspension Bridge North Vancouver

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Capilano Suspension Bridge
3735 Capilano Road
North Vancouver
BC
V7R4J1
Tel: 604-985-7474

Where are we going today?

The Capilano Suspension Bridge welcomes all kids to go on an adventure! Cross the bridge which hangs 230ft (70m) from the water and venture through the highest tree tops of North America. A memorable experience for everyone!
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    It's a nice place but not such a big deal. Definitely worth visiting once and enjoying the beauty of the surrounding. Shop and cafe are good as well. Make sure to visit when it's not crowded. Sounds impossible but is not!

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    Don't miss this thrilling experience. Well worth the price of admission. Walking among the tree tops just beautiful. A bit nervous on the bridge but going back over again is much easier.

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    Capilano bridge sucks! Loggers clear cut the original old growth forest so the trees aren't that big. And the river is tiny and there is no waterfalls, in addition it costs $36 for one adult. Lynn Valley suspension bridge is much better because its FREE, it has a WATERFALL, and it has many hiking paths including a path to rice lake! Capilano bridge is for sucker tourists who don't know the area. Go to lynn valley suspension bridge, dont pay $ to go to crappy capilano.

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    Great place to take a stroll with kids or couple. The suspension bridges between trees are nice. Had a good time with 2 yrs old.

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    Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park are worth visiting when in the Vancouver area. The scenery is spectacular and the overall experience educational and interesting. The visit is best done on a sunny day. Photographers will love it.

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