Explore two of Vancouver’s best attractions on a tour to Capilano Bridge and Grouse Mountain in Vancouver! Take a six-hour private tour of the Pacific Northwest from Vancouver. Relax on scenic drives across the Lion’s Gate Bridge in an SUV equipped with panoramic windows and a sunroof.
The Treetops Adventure and the Cliffwalk at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park will take you through the woods, while the Treetops Adventure will put your nerve to the test. Take a gondola ride to the top of Grouse Mountain for panoramic views. Spend some time at the well-known Hatchery on the Capilano River for the famous summer salmon run. Pickup and dropoff at the hotel are included.
- Stanley Park-the city’s true oasis. It is yours to explore all 400 hectares of this urban park. Local and tourist favorite place.
- Two Vancouver shores connector Lions Gate Bridge.
- Capilano Suspension Bridge–enjoy the beautiful mountain river scenery and thick forest from a swaying bridge.
- Grouse Mountain Viewpoint offers spectacular views of the city, the Pacific Ocean, and the coastal mountains.
Capilano Bridge and Grouse Mountain Private Vancouver Tour
The tour starts with our private local driver-guide picking you up from your hotel in a luxury car.
From downtown to North Vancouver, we will drive across the Lions Gate Bridge to our first attraction, the Capilano Suspension Bridge (not included), which is the number one attraction in Vancouver. It was opened in 1889 and now belongs to Nancy Stibbard, a native Vancouverite, who since 1983 has completely restored the park to what it is today. Guests from around the world enjoy the thrill of crossing the 137 m swaying bridge, 70 m above Capilano River.
Here we’ll walk through the rainforest, experience the treetop walk between Douglas Firs and Red Cedar, learn why the trees here are so tall and straight, and cross the suspension bridge to the treetop walk high above the valley floor.
That’s not all. Do not miss the newest attraction-the CLIFF WALK, if you’re brave enough! Walk along the cliffs, on a translucent walkway, high above the raging waters and canyon!
Enjoy a beautiful gift shop to shop for souvenirs and we leave for our next attraction, Grouse Mountain, after about an hour and a half to two hours.
From Valley Plaza, we’ll take a six-minute gondola ride to the top of the mountain where we’ll enjoy the views of Vancouver, admire cedar carvings, watch two big grizzly orphan bears, see some Calibri (hummingbirds) at Calibri station, and have a few good laughs at the lumberjack show.
Top attractions in Vancouver
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Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Vancouver
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Vancouver is served by these airports: Vancouver International Airport, Coal Harbour Sea Plane Base and Boundary Bay Airport. Direct flights to Vancouver are offered by 26 airlines
Vancouver and Canada attractions and landmarks
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