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Excellent!! We crossed the much dreaded bridge and treated ourselves to ice creams in the other side of the bridge.
A fun family excursion, with kid friendly activities. It is much more than walking across a suspension bridge. Plan to spend 2-3 hours to experience all it has to offer. Also, be sure to look for the stamp machines and get your map stamped along the way.
We all really enjoyed this tour. The park is beautiful. We did all of the activities and were so impressed with the scenery and the bridges. I have already shared with others about it. Gift shop is great, but quality of some items is poor. One of the kids necklace charms snapped in two within a day. Very upsetting.
Teens loved it. And i saved a fair amount of money using this service and got to go right to the turnstile and skip the line. We also visited Lynn Canyon park which has a similar feel, but free and where you could go down to the stream.
Lovely to walk the bridge in the darkness with the lights above....The Cliffwalk was also beautiful....I think I would have liked to see it in the daylight, too....Perhaps they could offer a two-day pass....
The ticket allowed me to get in, includes a free shuttle from the city centre. Also loads to do in and around the bridge. Great place amazing views and a lot of fun.
This is a top rate attraction in every respect and certainly not one to be missed. Very easy to access via the free shuttle bus from many points in Vancouver.
We picked up the free shuttle bus near our hotel in downtown which took about 15 mins to reach Capilano. We skipped the queue with our prepaid tickets and walked up to the bridge, it's a pretty impressive sight! I didn't think i was scared of heights but must admit i found crossing the bridge really scary as it was so wobbly. I rewarded myself with an ice-cream when we got to the other side and enjoyed walking round the beautiful forest, doing the treetops adventure and taking photos. We also did the cliff walk which definitely got the heart racing! We picked up the shuttle bus back with no problems. Overall i'd really recommend the whole experience, it was a great afternoon!
A superb tourist attraction, revamped since our last visit in 1996 with the tree-top and forest walks. We consider it good value for money.
It was such a fantastic visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge! My friend from Washington D.C. and our family had a wonderful time. It's been more than a decade since our last visit, and my gosh, it has changed so much! We love it!
Truly beautiful location and spectacular scenery and the tourist facilities at this site at top notch. Visiting Capilano suspension bridge and cliff walk was one of the highlights of our holiday. Totally recommend a visit to this location by anyone visiting Vancouver
What an amazing experience! We were greeted by guides in period costumes who told us the history of the bridge and information about the rain forest and the wildlife. The views from the bridge, both up at the tree tops and down into the gorge were stunning. As we continued through the forest we were continually amazed by what we saw. The information boards throughout were easy to read and enhanced the experience.
The driver on the shuttle bus going back to downtown continued the experience with an interesting commentary during the journey.
Only a small negative comment - the information we received did not give all the pick-up points for the shuttle bus so there was one near to our hotel that we did not know about and we had quite a walk to get to it.
There were free shuttles in front of the hotel where we stayed. Capita no suspension bridge is very impressive and something new to us. Young kids to elderly people would enjoy it.
Trip went perfectly. We just got the free shuttle transfer from Canada Place, which goes frequently. It is easy to spot and there are plenty of guides around to tell you when the next one is. We just handed our voucher in to the desk on arrival at Capilano. What a beautiful place. I was scared to do the bridge as I have a terrible fear of heights but I managed to conquer it, albeit by holding on to the rail all the way across. The treetops walk is easy to do and not too vigorous. I did however freeze at the cliff top walk but my Husband did it. You still can watch them and get some great views. Go later in the afternoon when any early morning mist has cleared. There are a couple of eating places there, and a lovely shop which used to be the team rooms. A thoroughly enjoyable trip, with no time limit as you could stay all day. Just hopped onto the return shuttle which left directly outside. Great value.