How would you like to walk among the canopy of one of the most beautiful landscapes in Canada? This unique attraction lets you see the rainforest from a whole new perspective- high in the air.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is found in North Vancouver, British Columbia and offers a 27-acre adventure through the wilderness. Its main features include a 450-foot long suspension bridge over the river and canyon, as well as glass bottom cliff-walks high above the forest floor.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge has become a national treasure being visited by millions of tourists from around the world since its construction in 1889. The park is filled with some of the oldest and largest trees in Canada. The massive Douglas Firs are estimated to be about 250-years old.
The treetop adventure through Capilano Park includes seven connected suspension bridges through the massive trees. During Christmas season these bridges are lit up for a winter wonderland.
Admission to the one-of-a-kind park is $43 per adult which includes all of the attractions. Take a walk on the wild side and visit Capilano Suspension Bridge Park as soon as you can. For more information, you can find the official website, here.