Treetops Adventure is one the most popular experiences at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and the first venue of its kind in North America. It offers a squirrel’s eye view of a thriving coastal forest.
Guests, and squirrels, can enjoy an even higher perspective of the West Coast rainforest at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Treetops Adventure, a series of seven suspension bridges attached to eight 30 ton, 250 year old Douglas-firs. Built in 2004, the innovative and award-winning Treetops Adventure was designed to accommodate the continuous growth of the trees. The viewing platforms are attached to an innovative tree collar system that is adjustable and moveable and has no nails or bolts penetrating into the Douglas-firs. It is unlike any canopy walk in the world.
Visitors are able to venture from one magnificent Douglas-fir tree to another on a series of elevated suspension bridges, some reaching as high as 110 feet (33.5m) above the forest floor. Recognized for extraordinary innovation with national and provincial tourism and engineering awards, a walk on Treetops Adventure has emerged as one of Vancouver’s quintessential activities.
Visitors looking for unique Vancouver activities and seeking adventure without danger love Treetops Adventure. It offers guests yet another exceptional experience, enhancing Capilano Suspension Bridge Park’s reputation as one of Vancouver’s top attractions.
At its highest point, Treetops Adventure offers guests a squirrel’s eye view from over 33 metres (110 feet) above the forest floor.
The Treehouse was built using reclaimed wood from the Hudson’s Bay Company.
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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is vancouver, bc’s top destination attraction
Proof of vaccination is not required to enter the Park, however is required to dine in at the Cliff House Restaurant. Face masks are mandatory to ride the Free Shuttle, to cross all three main attractions, in all queuing areas, to enter all indoor spaces, and are strongly encouraged throughout the rest of the Park. Please do not enter the Park if you or anyone in your household display any symptoms of COVID-19. For more details, please visit our Special Advisory Page