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What an amazing place...well worth doing if you have the time. So easy to get there and back and such a pleasant trip.
Great day out. Do the free tours, well worth it. Note that he shuttle is free weather you ok in advance or not.
Espectacular. Cruzar el puente colgante para sumergirse en un bosque de pinos gigantes y caminar entre y alrededor de ellos fue impresionante.
Fantastic place, we'll worth a visit. Even tho it was raining very heavily while we were there we had a great time. The gardens are beautiful and the guide was very knowledgeable and interesting. It was great to have the free shuttle service from Canada Place as it was directly opposite our hotel.
This was a great stop as we passed through the city. I loved the way nature is blended into the attraction.
Awesome! This was one of our favorite things to do in Vancouver. Would do it again in a heart beat. The walkways are wonderfully maintained. The beauty, the sites, the staff, all top notch.
If you are looking for a great day, a little bit of a hike and beautiful scenery, this is the place to go.
Visiting Capilano Suspension Bridge is a must when in Vancouver! With a free 20min shuttle ride from downtown, you'll be in a forest of giant pine trees and amazing views with fresh clean air to breathe in. We truly enjoyed our morning at Capilano Suspension Bridge... followed by an afternoon at nearby Grouse Mountain.
If you love nature, don't miss this! The suspension bridge is awesome in its construction, and the views are great. Take your time as the is three separate activities. There is an outdoor food establishment and a gift shop. We took the free bus from Canada Place after a cruise. You can leave your luggage at the cruise terminal ($6 or $7 each bag).
Walk across the bridge and marvel at the bridge itself. We saw people rushing but this is worth savoring. We walked with a guide on a short nature hike once we crossed the bridge, then did the treetop walk and viewed these trees from a Birdseye prospective. We were there on a weekday and it wasn't too crowded. When you finish that side of the gorge, walk back across the bridge and go to the left where you will see entrance to the cliff walk. I don't know what impressed me more, the natural beauty of the river, gorge and trees or the structure itself. It is very safe and beautifully done. When you complete your walk, there is still more! Your path continues through the forest in a rock garden with several water features and even some educational material and interactive areas along the way.
If your in Vancouver you must visit Capilano. Free shuttle and it's a great place to visit. You only need 3-4hrs and note that there is a lot of people. No place for Stroller here so carry you baby.
An excellent activity despite the rain. A mixture of nature, history and fun things to do.
This activity must be completed by all who visit Vancouver, this location is beautifully presented and provides a pleasant visit experience, be sure to use the free shuttle which is a quick and efficient way to arrive and return