Grouse Mountain and Capilano Suspension Bridge Tour




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Grouse Mountain and Capilano Suspension Bridge Tour and have fun in Grouse Mountain, Capilano Suspension Bridge. This private 6-hour tour from Vancouver will take you through the breathtaking Pacific Northwest.

Take a scenic drive in an SUV equipped with panoramic windows and a sunroof to cross the Lion’s Gate Bridge and relax during the journey. At Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, you can go on a treetop adventure and test your nerves on the Cliffwalk’s glass floors, which are suspended above the forest floor.

Take a gondola ride up Grouse Mountain to get panoramic views of the surrounding area. Visit the world-famous Capilano River Salmon Hatchery, where the fish jump upriver during the summer months to round out your itinerary. Pickup and drop-off at the hotel are included.


  • Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Capilano Fish Hatchery & Canyon
  • Grouse Mountain & Skyride

Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge Tour

This tour is all about adventure, as you take in the natural wonders surrounding Vancouver. Begin with a traverse through the green urban oasis of Stanley Park, and across the historic Lions Gate Bridge to Vancouver’s North Shore.

At Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, stand above an old-growth cedar forest and the Capilano River. Experience the awe of natural surroundings, view First Nations artwork, and feel the rush of adrenaline at the Cliffwalk attraction (Admission included).

Private Tour: Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain

The Treetops Adventure walk showcases the beauty and diversity of the Capilano coastal rainforest. Continue to the Capilano River Hatchery, a project dedicated to several species of BC salmon and trout. Learn about the life cycle of salmon, with an opportunity to view hatching and juvenile fish before they are released into a nearby river.

Spectacular Grouse Mountain is next, offering up ever-changing views as the Skyride ascends to the peak. Explore the wildlife refuge, awesome chainsaw carvings and learn about the local wildlife at the Theatre in the Sky.

Be amazed and enchanted by the forests and mountains surrounding Vancouver on this memorable tour.

Lions Gate Bridge: Historic link between downtown Vancouver and the North Shore
Capilano River Hatchery: View several species of salmon, and learn about the salmon life cycle
Grouse Mountain: Skyride to the peak of Grouse Mountain offering up breathtaking views, Theatre in the Sky, and wildlife refuge
Capilano Suspension Bridge: A captivating walk above an old-growth forest and the Capilano River

Tour start time: 10:30 am
Downtown Vancouver hotel pick-ups: 10:00 am
North Vancouver hotel pick-ups: 10:30 am
Richmond hotel pick-ups: 09:15 am

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Stanley Park

Begin the day with a hotel pickup in a comfortable minibus/SUV. The group will drive through Stanley Park, which is a 405-hectare public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada, and is almost entirely surrounded by waters of Vancouver Harbour and English Bay. The park has a long history and was one of the first areas to be explored in the city.

Lions Gate Bridge

The group will drive over a prominent Vancouver landmark, the Lion’s Gate Bridge, a 5,890-foot (1,823-meter) bridge that offers unparalleled views of Vancouver Harbor, English Bay, and beyond.

Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain, which rises 1,250 meters (4,100 feet) above Vancouver and is only 15 minutes from the city’s downtown core, is a vast alpine playground with a variety of activities. During the 8-minute ride from the Valley Station to the summit, the iconic Red Skyride provides visitors and locals alike with the opportunity to witness the jaw-droppingly beautiful and majestic nature of British Columbia unfold in front of them.

Exploring Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge (Small Private Group)

When it comes to tourist attractions in Vancouver, Grouse Mountain is unsurpassed. It is the only four-season destination on the lower mainland, and it offers an extensive wildlife refuge, a diverse selection of dining options, thrilling outdoor adventure, and in the summer, a walk through the mountaintop meadows and a viewing of the world-famous Lumberjack show.

In addition to seeing Grinder and Coola, two resident grizzly bears, visitors can also take part in a ‘Birds in Motion’ demonstration at the National Wildlife Refuge for Endangered Wildlife. Visit the “Theatre in the Sky” and see if you can catch a movie before returning home. The best in local snow sports, as well as a whole lot more. One thing is for certain: there is no place quite like the Peak of Vancouver in terms of beauty and natural wonder.

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