3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver
The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge that crosses the river Capilano in North Vancouver District, British Columbia, Canada. The current bridge lengths 140 meters and is 70 meters above the river. It is part of an entrance charge private facility which draws more than 1.2 million visitors per year. It is located inside the park, which is also part of the attraction.
- Name: Capilano Suspension Bridge
- Location: Vancouver, Canada
- Type of attraction: Bridge and the park
- Opened: 1983
- Ticket price: From $12
A 19th century style costumed staff provides entertainment, conduct guided tours through the Story Centre and eco-tours in the rainforest.
Apart from park and the bridge, there is also Cliffwalk and Treetops Adventure activity, which can be fun for entire family.
Guided torus are complimentary. Visit lasts approximately 2.5-3 hours.
The magnificent Capilano Suspension Bridge is a Vancouver landmark, located 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver. This famed swinging bridge across Capilano Canyon has drawn visitors and locals alike since 1889, making it one of Canada’s most popular attractions.
The reason for this is simple: there is so much to see and do. Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is Canadian in character, but worldwide in appeal, since it is dedicated to conserving and showcasing its history, culture, and nature in new and exhilarating ways.
Interesting facts about Capilano Suspension Bridge
Here are some interesting facts about this amazing attraction:
- Over 800,000 people cross the bridge every year.
- The bridge can withstand weight of 96 grown elephants.
- In year 1903 it only cost 10 cents to cross the bridge. Now it is much more expensive.