Appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives – Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure and the exciting new Cliffwalk.
The 450 ft (137m) long, 230 ft (70m) high Capilano Suspension Bridge has thrilled visitors since 1889. While the wobbly bridge and stunning location is a Vancouver landmark, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers an all-encompassing BC experience. History, culture and nature are presented in unique and thrilling ways with knowledgeable staff and interpretive signage providing as much, or as little, information as guests want.
The new Cliffwalk follows a granite precipice along Capilano River on a labyrinth-like series of narrow cantilevered bridges, stairs and platforms through rainforest vegetation. With 16 anchor points in the cliff supporting the structure and two glass platforms, Cliffwalk is not for the faint of heart! Interactive exhibits demonstrate the need for water conservation.
Treetops Adventure takes guests 100 feet into the mid-story of a coastal rainforest on seven suspension bridges attached to old-growth trees. It is accessible to guests age 2 to 92. Nature guides provide hourly tours, explaining the importance of a West Coast temperate rainforest to the ecosystem.
1890’s costumed staff provides entertainment, conducts guided tours through the Story Centre and eco-tours in the rainforest. Guests interact with First nations staff either at the Big House or in the rainforest. Capilano Suspension Bridge Park has the world’s largest private collection of totem poles, including early 1900’s local Coast Salish in the Totem Park and Haida, Tsimsian and Tlingit poles that have been carved on-site over the past 20 years in Kia’palano. The 100 year-old Trading Post, which retains its early 1900s mercantile flavour, sells Canadian gifts and take home memories. Seasonal events like Raptors Ridge birds of prey June to October and Canyon Lights in December enhance the many experiences at this year-round destination.
Open rain or shine every day of the year with the exception of December 25 (Christmas Day), the park conveniently offers free shuttle service from downtown Vancouver and free WiFi is available while on the grounds. If you’re wondering how much time to allot for this attraction, the average time spent exploring is approximately 3 hours. If visiting during peak season months of June through August, the best and least crowded time to visit is before 10:00 am and after 5:00 pm.
Due to the nature of the attractions, the Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure and Cliffwalk are not wheelchair accessible. Visitors in wheelchairs or guests who are on crutches receive complimentary admission and can enjoy history tours, the Story Centre, Kia’palano, scenic views of the canyon, The Trading Post Gift Shop, food facilities and seasonal entertainment. Dogs are permitted if on a leash. Tickets are available for purchase online buy a university essay viagras naturales para hombres watch prednisones assignment writing service uk buy essays cheap help with college papers professional creative essay writer for hire for mba http://www.chesszone.org/lib/proofreading-hyphen-4637.html go to site viagra pills 90 someone to write my essay critical writing essay Viagra canadian sales how to write a thesis paper for high school is a cover letter necessary ohio university creative writing program see fake viagra pills mass communication essay Supreme Supppliers https://www.guidelines.org/blog/writing-rules/93/ where can i get flagyl antib for men get link essay of comparison and contrast of high school and college ashgate critical essays on women writers in england 1550 1700 viagra work with alcohol academic ghostwriting services makers of viagra https://pacificainexile.org/students/gre-essay-example/10/ click chinese essays online HERE and range from $54 for adults (ages 17-64), $49 for seniors (age 65+), $40 for students (17+ with valid ID), $30 for youth (ages 13-16 years), $17 for children (ages 6-12 years) and under 6 is free.