Originally in-built 1889, Capilano suspension bridge stretches 450 feet (137m) across and 230 feet (70m) on top of Capilano River. Since then much has been added to the twenty-seven-acre park.
The 450 foot (137m) long, 230 foot (70m) high Capilano extent has excited guests since 1889. Whereas the wobbly bridge and beautiful location could be a Vancouver landmark, Capilano span Park offers an all-inclusive BC expertise. History, culture, and nature are presented in distinctive and thrilling ways in which knowledgeable employees and instructive collection providing as much, or as little, information as guests want.
The new Cliff walk follows a granite precipice on Capilano stream on a labyrinth-like series of narrow cantilevered bridges, stairs and platforms through timber vegetation. With sixteen anchor points within the cliff supporting the structure and 2 glass platforms, Cliff's walk isn't for the faint of heart! Interactive exhibits demonstrate the necessity for water conservation.
Treetops journey takes you into a hundred feet mid-story of a coastal rainforest on seven suspension bridges hooked up to old-growth trees. It’s accessible to guests age two to ninety-two. Nature guides offer hourly tours, explaining the importance of a West Coast temperate timber to the system.
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