Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Ticket

North Vancouver, Canada

From $51.71

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Free cancellation
Up to 24 hours in advance.
  • 2 to 3 hours (approx.)
  • Mobile ticket
  • Offered in: English


Immerse yourself in nature’s splendor moments from downtown Vancouver. History meets the great outdoors at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, where you wander through the stunning temperate rain forest. Soar over the Capilano River as you cross the suspension bridge, climb through old-growth fir trees on the Treetops Adventure, and rise high above the canyon along a towering wall of granite on the new Cliffwalk.
  • Walk across the magnificent Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Try out the new Cliffwalk and have unobstructed views of the canyon
  • Explore the temperate rain forest through the eyes of a squirrel on the Treetops Adventure
  • Take a complimentary guided history or nature walk
  • Free shuttle between downtown Vancouver and Capilano Suspension Bridge

What's Included

  • Interactive Living Forest exhibit
  • Kia'palano - local First Nations totem pole and cultural area
  • Story Centre - historical park introduction
  • Treetops Adventure - 7 suspended bridges canopy walk
  • Cliffwalk - Cantilevered suspended narrow walkway attached to cliff side
  • Kids Educational Activity - Become a Rainforest Explorer
  • Cliff House Restaurant
  • Trading Post Gift Store
  • Meals and beverages
  • Ticket is not valid for a BC annual pass

What To Expect

Nature and history abound at the 27-acre Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, just minutes from the bustle of downtown Vancouver. Set within the unique environment of British Columbia’s cedar-scented rainforest, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure, and brand new Cliffwalk allow you to delve into nature’s beauty while kicking up the adrenaline.

Originally built in 1889, the 450 foot long Capilano Suspension Bridge soars 230 feet above the Capilano River and is your gateway to the forest beyond. Take your time crossing this magnificent structure while enjoying the spectacular view of the canyon and river below.

Upon reaching the other side, discover the Treetops Adventure, a series of interconnected suspension bridges that travel high above the forest floor through the lush evergreen foliage of towering Douglas firs. Viewing platforms nestled into the tree canopy give you a squirrel’s eye view of a thriving coastal forest.

But for a real thrill, the awe-inspiring Cliffwalk is not to be missed. This amazing walkway juts out from the granite cliff of Capilano Canyon and takes guests to areas of the park that were previously unexplored. High and narrow, Cliffwalk is not for the feint of heart. A series of cantilevered, suspended walkways hug the face of the cliff.

Beyond these main activities, there are plenty of ways to explore the rich history and unique ecosystem of the park. Interactive displays and informative panels offer insight into the forest’s ecology with fun facts and identification clues. Guided history tours are offered hourly and are a great way to learn about the park’s colorful past. A stroll through majestic evergreens and past tranquil ponds with one of the park’s naturalists is a fantastic way to learn about the flora and fauna of the old-growth rain forest and discovery the mysteries of this unique Vancouver environment.

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

The Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure ® and Cliffwalk ® are sure to make you feel closer to the stunning temperate rainforest of British Columbia. Just minutes from downtown Vancouver, you'll be able to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and learn about this unique environment, while also getting a real kick of adrenaline. The Capilano Suspension Bridge was originally built in 1889 and its 446 feet (136 meters) spans the Capilano River. A walk across this bridge is a truly unique experience. The Cliffwalk juts out from the granite cliff face above Capilano River taking guests to previously unexplored areas of the park on a series of unobtrusive cantilevered and suspended walkways. Not for the feint of heart, it is high and narrow. Treetops Adventure is the first attraction of its kind in North America, offering a squirrel's eye view of a thriving coastal forest. Visitors venture from one magnificent Douglas fir tree to another, on a series of elevated suspension bridges, some reaching as high as 110 feet (34 meters) above the forest floor. In addition to the three main activities, you can join a guided nature or history walk offered hourly throughout the day or explore the park at your own leisure. The Living Forest area provides interactive signage, and fun facts. You'll be well informed for your stroll through the West Coast rainforest, past tranquil trout ponds and majestic evergreens. Join a friendly eco guide for a complimentary 20 to 30 minute tour of Capilano Suspension Bridge's West Coast rainforest and discover the mysteries of an old growth forest and its life cycle; learn about the flora and fauna found in our ecosystem; and identify various trees and plant life unique to Vancouver, Canada.

Admission Ticket Included

Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Confirmation for this attraction will be received at time of booking
  • Infants aged 5 years and under are free of charge
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.

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It can get crowded pretty quick so the earlier the better.
Go do this , walking shoes , and Watch Your Step , I saw people fall down stairs and collide because they weren't paying strict attention to their footwork.
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Worth every penny
Paschell_W, Mar 2023
it was such a wonderful and peaceful experience. The beauty of nature and the friendliness of the staff made it an even better experience.
Worth the trip
Emily_F, Mar 2023
The suspension bridge was really cool! There was stuff to do on both side and I noticed a lot of things for children to do too!! Not as crowded as I thought it’d be..but definitely a good amount of people. Lots of places to take some cool photos too.
Bridge adventure
JaeWon_S, Mar 2023
Viewing and feeling great nature at there. I would love to recommend this place to my friends! I am sure it will be a good memories to them! I already made my good memories while I was there!
An unexpected pleasure
Alex_J, Feb 2023
The draw of this originally was the suspension bridge, and that itself was amazing with great views. It was snowing when I went which almost made me decide against it, but it was excellent. I didn't expect the great forest walks across the bridge. I love nature and it was so peaceful with little amount of people and snow. I plan to go back on my next trip to Vancouver. I hope it is raining next time, I think it would make such a great experience.
The draw bridge itself...
Alison_H, Feb 2023
The draw bridge itself and the experience to walk in the trees with all the glowing lights was so romantic and a perfect way to celebrate our anniversary!
Family Playground
Kristin_M, Oct 2022
We visited and had a wonderful time. It's fun to be an adult and get to play in the trees. The engineering on the suspension bridge was really neat too. We did not bring children, but the kids seemed to be having a great time. Beautiful scenery and the fish and chips from the sit-down restaurant was delicious. We also enjoyed the free shuttle and it was easy to find the Canada Place location and the area at Capilano for reboarding.
The bridge was remarkable...
Laura_P, Sep 2022
The bridge was remarkable and walking along the treetops and on the nature trail was peaceful and beautiful.
Magical and spiritual
Debbie_F, Sep 2022
Free shuttle bus from Canada Place and get there early to avoid crowds if you want to immerse yourself in the quiet stillness of the rainforest. Totally magical if you find a quiet spot and just be still, close your eyes and breathe in that soothing cedar smell. The suspension bridge was fun. There were around 20 people on it as well as myself and it was bouncing and swaying a bit. Later on when I crossed back over there were around 60 people on it. It was difficult to walk without holding on but still great fun. The boardwalks around the rainforest are sturdy and wide. The steps are quite steep though. The Treetop Adventure was such fun. Walking around the trees on boardwalk platforms and mini suspension bridges so high off the ground yet not even close to the tree tops. Don’t forget to do the Cliffwalk. One way only on this as it’s narrow but worth the heart-in-mouth feeling when you get to the end. Check out the Trading Post gift shop too. Fantastic as a morning or afternoon trip.
Perfect day
Ken_M, Sep 2022
Was an excellent experience. Really enjoyed the park and all it had to offer. Much more than anticipated. The bridge has a long history and it was great to understand the full story on how it came to be. The park team members are helpful and provided guidance and education that wasn't overdone. We went early which I recommend. Park gets busy. We enjoyed the entire experience in about 3 hours. We love their eco minded approach in everything they do. From poncho recycling to the method they used to put together the treetop adventure without any harm to trees. Highly recommend.
Nature walk
Thomas_P, Sep 2022
The nature tour is very good Natalie the guide is very well versed with many nature tips along the way
Neat place to see
Peggy_G, Sep 2022
Beautiful scenery and fun to walk the park. I thought it was more of a tour instead you where on your own. Also had a hard time finding where to meet the shuttle.
Most amazing park!
Cynthia_K, Aug 2022
This was an amazing fun park perfect for families & couples! It truly exceeded my expectations with so many activities! The main bridge is amazing but also fun are all the tree to tree brides! There is something for everyone! It’s also a great learning environment with the various nature displays & demonstrations throughout the park.
A Must See In Vancouver!
Bruce_W, Aug 2022
Incredible views! If you can, stay away from the weekends because it was crowded. They do limit the entry but it would have been more enjoyable if there were less people.
Capilano bridge and treetops walk
Deb_H, Aug 2022
Great experience. It was wonderful to walk amongst the tall trees. The cliff side walk is not to be missed. Try and go earlier to avoid crowds
Wonderful Rainforest Escape
John_G, Aug 2022
Fantastic rainforest adventure close to Vancouver. Make sure to take your time and enjoy. Don't miss cliff side.
The best time in Vancouver!
Blanca_D, Aug 2022
We had an awesome time here. The park was beautiful! It was the best experience while we were in Vancouver.
Tree House fun
Cynthia_V, Aug 2022
What a fun excursion! Suspension bridge was awesome, really easy to continue onto the tree houses at your own pace! Loved it!! Would definitely recommend it to everyone!
Good experience, loved...
Cecilia_S, Aug 2022
Good experience, loved reading about history and the bridge was spectacular. Although the admission price is too much for a less than 2hr tour.
Vancouver’s most tourist attraction
Doan_D, Aug 2022
Great trip to Capilano Suspension Bridge to learn more about its landmark. Totally recommend this trip when visiting the Pacific Northwest.
A day with nature.
Pam_H, Aug 2022
Buying tickets ahead you don’t wait in line to purchase. Although no likes when we arrived at 11:30. Purchased tickets ahead for 10:30..we were flagged for random Covid testing when we arrived to we were late to arrive at the park. Time on tickets did not make a difference apparently. We walked in. Beautiful park. This is Not a guided tour. On your own at the park. Worth the visit.