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Only 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, allow 2 - 3 hours for your visit to Vancouver's iconic Capilano Suspension Bridge, hanging 450 feet (137m) across and 230 feet (70m) above Capilano River. The park offers more than just the bridge. Its...more
Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7R 4J1, Canada
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We were here peak season (July), so aimed to get there reasonably early in an attempt to miss the crowds. The free shuttle bus from town was great - our bus driver was a real personality, and we saw and learned lots on the way...More
This attraction is in North Vancouver, you can get there by bus or car, easy parking just across the road from the entrance. There is a fee to go in, $46 per adult, kids under 6 free, teens $27. But this park is so much...More
Our favorite thing to do in Vancouver. The bridge is fun and the Treetops adventure on the other side was interesting and educational. For those who prefer solid ground there's lots to see along the park trails.
There are free shuttles from downtown but we took the seabus and then a bus which stopped right outside Capilano Park (useful as we hopped back on the bus afterwards as it carries on up to Grouse Mountain). Get there early and you nearly have...More
A very nice park showing the nature at its best.
Easy to access from downtown Vancouver with free shuttles.
Visit takes about 2 hrs depending how fast or slow you walk it.
We reached the park mid-week at around 11:00, and 2-3 people in the...More
This is definitely a must do if you’re in Vancouver. It’s only 15 mins from downtown. Whilst there is a shuttle bus that’s free we ended up driving.
There’s a car park opposite. Paid but you can download the app or pay there.
A wonderful half day visit to see the British Columbia’s natural beauty. We reached by the bridge around 11am on a Sunday and the queue was less a few minutes. It was crowded but it was OK. The top treeline and cliff walk was great...More
This is a must visit tourist attraction north of Vancouver. There is a free shuttle bus from Century Plaza, Chateau Granville, Library Square every twenty minutes in an old tram. The route takes you over the Lion Gate bridges which has magnificent views of the...More
We had a morning to spend in Vancouver and chose to take the shuttle to the bridge. Definitely due in the morning first thing as less crowded. By the time we left it was packed. Enjoyed the crossover on the bridge and the whole stroll...More
Beautiful place. Me and my friends were visiting Vancouver for the first time and this was one of the beautiful places. We enjoyed a lot. One can spend whole day here without complaining. Trees and water everywhere. If u are a nature lover u will...More