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Immerse yourself in the magic of the season at Vancouver’s Capilano Suspension Bridge Park! Take a whimsical tour of the forest bedecked in color and light, and admire the gorgeous decorations as you cross the suspension bridge. Stroll through towering trees –included the world's tallest Christmas tree! – and on the Cliffwalk. Stop for some kid-friendly activities like card making and cookie decorating, and shrug off the chill with hot drink at one of the rustic cafes (own expense).

With mobile tickets, simply scan your phone for direct entry into the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
  • Holiday lights adventure at the Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver
  • Enter a winter wonderland as you walk across the magnificent suspension bridge
  • Admire trees adorned with sparkling lights and Christmas decorations
  • Walk through the forest and enjoy bird’s-eye views from the glass-bottom Cliffwalk
  • Take a guided nature walk to learn about native flora and fauna
  • Enjoy great family-friendly holiday activities like glass blowing and cookie decorating
  • Free shuttle between downtown Vancouver and Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • With mobile tickets, simply scan your phone for direct entry into the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
Get into the holiday spirit with an enchanting tour of Capitano Suspension Bridge Park. From downtown Vancouver, take a complimentary shuttle to the park (approximately 30 minutes in duration), then set off on a leisurely walk through the stunning park.

Delight in the sparkle of Christmas lights as you cross the suspension bridge, hovering 446 feet (136 meters) over the Capilano River. Allow yourself to be swept away by the magic of color, light and decorations as you walk through the trees.

Take a guided tour or history walk through the old-growth forest, where you’ll hear about flourishing local plants and wildlife. On your own, head to the Cliffwalk, a suspended, glass-bottomed walkway jutting out from granite cliffs (for the stout-hearted visitor!). Then take the Treetops Adventure, a thrilling series of walkways sustainably attached to centuries-old Douglas firs. Rise up to 110 feet (33 meters) above the forest floor!

After your forest walk, relax with some family-friendly fun. Cozy up to a craft table to decorate gingerbread cookies, make glass-blown ornaments and listen to seasonal tunes!

Ride the free shuttle back to Vancouver at your leisure.


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, Jan 2018

No matter what time of year, this is a must to visit. We were lucky to visit just before Xmas and got to see the Winter Wonderland. Amazing. Great for all ages.

, Jan 2018

This was a fun, beautiful date night for my wife and I -- we dashed across the border from the Seattle area and made an evening of it. The park is quite a bit bigger than we thought, with three main areas of attraction that were open. We went on a weeknight, so it wasn't nearly as crowded as it could have been for the holiday season. Wear warm clothing with sturdy, non-slip footware, and be prepared for a lot of stair climbing. The only real downside was the parking -- the park is in a relatively cramped residential area and while there is a parking lot, it's cramped. Plan a good 2-3 hour to tour the park with a little bit of extra for getting in and out.

, Jan 2018

Very worth the visit especially over Christmas lights decorations though out suspension bridge and forest area.

, Jan 2018

This tour was definitely amazing my husband loved it so much he would go back in the daytime again.

, Dec 2017

Very good tour and worth the money. The free shuttle to the bridge was very convenient.

, Dec 2017

Beautiful place to visit during winter. 100% recommendable.

, Dec 2017

This was indeed a winter wonderland. The Christmas lights were beautifully displayed. There was food. There was plenty of hot chocolate, and there was even a place to unthaw if you get too cold. Not only do you have the suspension bridge to tickle your fancy, but also the tree top walk and cliff walk--thumbs up for all three. This activity was money well spent.

, Dec 2017

We had tickets for Saturday but rain was expected. We went on Friday evening and our tickets were honored. I've never been to the bridge during past trips but this was definitely worth it. Since it there was a light off/on rain it wasn't crowded. The lights were pretty amongst the trees. I always thought it was just the bridge but there are other things to see and do.

, Nov 2017

Absolutely amazing, despite the rain. This park offers green plastic ponchos which are a great help. Stunning lights everywhere you look do the Cliff Walk too and bring your camera :- End your evening with a coffee and Bailey's- there is a free shuttle ride back to Vancouver...

, Feb 2017

This was absolutely amazing. I would do it again.

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