Treetops Adventure & CliffwalkCapilano Suspension Bridge
If you're looking to take an adventure that will make your heart pound, then look no further than Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Vancouver. The reason it's so popular? It offers visitors a unique mix of adventure, history, and culture.
Inside the park, you can find 3 main attractions: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure, and Cliffwalk
Capilano Suspension Bridge
The majestic 450-foot-long Suspension Bridge is a sight to behold as it swings back and forth above the Capilano River. Visitors can enjoy tremendous views of both lush forest floors below or crystal clear waters in between mountains on either side, all while being suspended 230 feet up.
Treetops Adventure is a series of seven suspension bridges attached to eight 30-ton, 250-year-old Douglas-firs. Built in 2004, this award-winning attraction was designed to accommodate the continuous growth of the trees.
Instead of penetrating the trees with nails or bolts, the viewing platforms are attached using an innovative adjustable tree collar system. Healthy, centuries-old trees and a breathtaking view—Treetops Adventure is unlike any canopy walk in the world.
It is a series of narrow bridges, stairs, and platforms that follow along the Capilano River. The granite precipice it's built on has only 16 anchor points supporting this structure!
In all seasons, their doors are open from morning until evening. Only closed on Christmas day! Planning a visit? Check out their Seasonal opening hours. Please note that hours are subject to change
- A View from Above (At its highest point, Treetops Adventure offers guests a squirrel’s-eye view from over 33 metres (110 feet) above the coastal forest floor)
- Giving Materials New Life (The Treehouse was built using the reclaimed wood of a grain elevator from the Hudson’s Bay Company)
Conveniently located, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is easily accessible by public transit or by hopping on one of the free shuttle buses departing from Canada Place and select hotels in Downtown Vancouver.
Proof of Park admission is required for return service on the shuttle. The shuttle departs the Park from 12:30 a.m. until 10:05 p.m.
BC Residents Annual Pass
Are you a British Columbia resident? Purchase one day’s regular admission, and you’re welcome to return to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park for one full year. Experience the park at different times of day and watch as it transforms through the seasons with ever-changing light shows and displays.
Group Tours at Capilano
Group visits are their specialty! A group tour can be easily added to a city tour or combined with visits to other nearby attractions. Whether traveling from the Canadian Rockies, departing on a cruise ship or heading to Victoria or Whistler, a visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is sure to be a highlight of your group’s itinerary.
Group rates are available for groups of 15 guests or more. Group reservations are required and are subject to availability during peak seasons. Admission is complimentary for one tour director and the driver.
Admission rates include Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure and Cliffwalk