Cleaning and safety practices
Rainforest view from world-famous Capilano Suspension Bridge
7 elevated bridges & viewing platforms at Treetop Adventure
Adrenaline-pumping Cliffwalk through park's unexplored areas
Insight into history of First Nations people at Kia'palano
Family-friendly outing Rainforest Explorer activity for kids
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Admission to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Tickets are not valid for an annual pass
Know Before You Book
Children 5 and younger are complimentary.
Children 16 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Hours of operation vary.
Tickets will be sold in 30 minute arrival time slots to ensure physical distancing guidelines are maintained. Please arrive as close to your arrival time slot as possible.
To ensure physical distancing and sanitization standards are maintained, new COVID-19 related safety signage features Scout, the safety squirrel, throughout the Park.
Hand sanitizer stations are located in multiple locations throughout the Park, including all attractions. Increased sanitization practices are in place.
What you can expect
Take a walk on Vancouver's wild side as you stand 230 feet (70 m) above the waters of the Capilano River on a breathtaking 450-foot-long (137-m) suspension bridge. Appreciate nature from 3 breathtaking perspectives at this sprawling urban park—the world-famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, the Treetops Adventure, and the thrilling Cliffwalk.
Head north of downtown and arrive at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. This 27-acre (11-ha) park was made famous by its namesake bridge, which was built back in 1889, and has been added onto with even more attractions to let you experience the temperate rainforest of beautiful British Columbia.
Start your exploration by taking a vertigo-defying walk across the Capilano Suspension Bridge, gazing down at the Capilano River and at the towering conifers and pines that flank the mountainsides. From there, test your daring on the Cliffwalk, a cantilevered walkway that hugs a granite cliff face. In some sections, open grated walkways are all that stands between your feet and the canyon below.
Next, get a squirrel's-eye view of the forest at the Treetops Adventure, 7 suspension bridges nestled among the Douglas firs at heights up to 110 feet (33.5 m) above the forest floor. For a contactless experience, our Kids’ Rainforest Explorers Program will now be offered in a downloadable Agents of Discovery App. Our Kids’ Rainforest Explorers Program is a self-guided interactive kids program which allows kids (of all ages) to explore the rainforest looking for signs and collecting research data while learning all about our West Coast rainforest. Before leaving, pay a visit to Kia'palano, where you can admire totem poles and learn about the history of British Columbia's First Nations people.
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
- Contactless ticket redemption
- Social distancing measures in place
- Protective shields in place at main contact areas
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Masks required
- Hand sanitizer provided
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