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09 Jan

Canyon Lights – A Winter Lights Festival still on!

January 9, 2018

With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season behind us, we’re looking forward to what 2018 has in store – and it’s looking bright! If you didn’t manage to visit Canyon Lights before the holiday season, you’re in luck! This year, Canyon Lights is staying open until Sunday, January 28th. Kick off the new […]

14 Apr

Have you seen Henry?

April 14, 2017

Henry is the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park’s (wild) resident Great Blue Heron. He has been a favorite among the guests and nature guides for several years now because he adds excellent commentary to our hourly tours! If you are a regular visitor to the park, you may have noticed that Henry has not been hanging […]

28 Oct

Ten Rainy Day Reasons to Visit

October 28, 2016

With Vancouver’s rainy season ahead, here are a few reasons why you should visit Capilano Suspension Bridge Park on a rainy day: 1.  Get a true West Coast rainforest experience 2.  The Canyon gets a cool mist that hangs around the bridge which is only possible during rainy days 3.  You’ll get to wear our […]

23 Sep

Our Biggest Guest

September 23, 2016

On a dark, stormy winter night back in November 2006, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park hosted our Biggest Guest—a 46 ton, 300 year old Douglas fir tree. After withstanding 300 years of storms, blizzards, and rainfalls, this particular winter it took 18 centimetres of snow and an 80km gust of wind to snap its trunk and […]

23 Aug

The Raptors of Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

August 23, 2016

Every summer we welcome Raptors Ridge Birds of Prey to our park. Raptors Ridge is run by Kim and Karen Kamstra who train and rehabilitate the raptors and is home to 28 hawks, owls, and falcons. When they’re not working in the colder months, the birds relax here at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park from mid […]

22 Jul

Something Fishy in our Ponds!

July 22, 2016

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is full of wildlife and nature. One of our summer attractions is our Trout Pond filled with Rainbow trout, a freshwater salmonoid. They like to eat insects, insect larvae, and fish food. The trout are not only beautiful to look at, but they also help create the ecology of the forest, […]

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