Epic experience, we went in July 2022, earlier, to avoid the crowds. A very convenient car park is just across the street. Pay over the phone with the PayByPhone app, you'll thank me later. 136 meters long, tall and narrow, the Capilano Bridge would satisfy your need for adrenaline and breathtaking views. You might find the entrance ticket price a bit pricey, but it's worth it. In addition to learning about the history and importance of the Kia'palano tribe in this region, you can enjoy the set of seven suspension bridges between the trees, the Cliffwalk and the living forest walk. We were happy to use hand sanitizer stations, located in several places in the park and felt safe throughout the journey. Since this isn't your usual neighborhood walk, watch your step while enjoying nature at its best. You will find fair dining options to satisfy your tastes and hunger. Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is not only a memorable experience for everyone (kid friendly), but a must do while in Vancouver. Highly recommended.