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the iconic Capilano Suspension Bridge, suspended high above the lush greenery of the rainforest below

Media

Capilano in the Spotlight

Media Inquiries

Working on a story? Have an idea you wish to pursue? The media team at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park can assist you with your travel or news stories.

Whether you need high-resolution images, b-roll or detailed information, the Park’s team is available to assist and looks forward to hearing from you!

For first time access to our digital assets, please email MEDIA@CAPBRIDGE.COM to request a password. Please include your intended usage.

Media Visits

We welcome visits by media representatives on assignment, as well as social media influencers and are glad to provide assistance to make your job easier. In order to qualify for complimentary admission, we ask that you contact us at least two weeks prior to your intended visit with the following information:

  • Valid media accreditation
  • Your key target markets including your audience demographics
  • Samples of your past work
  • Requested date of visit, intended storyline and expected result from your visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Due to the large volume of media visit inquiries, we are unable to accommodate last-minute, in-person media pass requests. We are also unable to provide complimentary tickets to media on vacation who are not intending to write about their visit with us. Media passes are limited during our peak periods, as our guest experience is very important to us.

Drones

For safety reasons, recreational drone use by any guest or member of the public, for any reason, is not permitted on or over any area of our property. Likewise, commercial use is also prohibited on Capilano Suspension Bridge Park property, except in limited circumstances. Please contact us for more details.

Get in Touch

For all media-related inquiries, please contact us at media@capbridge.com. General inquiries can be directed to info@capbridge.com.

Press Releases

  • January 24, 2024 – Don’t Miss Vancouver’s Favourite Event Love Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

    From February 2 – 25, take your date night to the new heights with Love Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Love is in the air as you cross over the suspension bridge, stroll a sparkling Cliffwalk and pose next to the illuminated rainforest chandelier with the light of your life. Additionally, visit the lovely birds of Raptors Ridge, enjoy live music and Valentine’s themed photo opportunities and activities.

    In addition to its regular menu, The Cliff House Restaurant will be offering special feature items during the event including a Rose Martini, a Chicken Supreme and a decadent Dark Chocolate Molten Cake. Seating in The Cliff House Restaurant will be available on a first come, first served basis.

    Tickets are available for purchase at http://www.capbridge.com, with limited tickets available, so book early to avoid heartache! Visits are scheduled in 30-minute arrival increments. Don’t forget, BC Annual Passholders need to reserve their entry time online prior to every visit. Please note, during Love Lights, Treetops Adventure will be closed for a tune-up. All other regular Park attractions remain open during the event.

    For general information, including the free shuttle schedule to and from Canada Place, please visit www.capbridge.com or call 604.985.7474.

    What: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park featuring Love Lights
    When: February 2 – 25: 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Extended Hours until 9:00 p.m. February 14- 18 Guests are welcome to stay in the Park an additional hour after posted closing time
    Where: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
    3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver
                                                 

    Social Media Updates: Ticket & weather updates will be posted on Instagram, Facebook & X

    For more information, please contact
    Stacy Chala | Director of Communications
    Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
    E: schala@capbridge.com
    P: 604.985.7474

  • October 6, 2023 – Frighteningly Fantastic Family Fun at Canyon Frights

    North Vancouver, BC – The Boo’s are back as Canyon Frights returns to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park on Friday, October 13 until Tuesday, October 31! Spirits from the Park’s past come to life to enjoy an illuminated Halloween gathering reminiscent of a Victorian ‘Fall Fair’. Festivities take an unexpected twist with fun ghostly mischief in the rainforest.

    Guests are encouraged to wear their best family-friendly costumes. Kids of all ages can take part in Halloween-themed games and surprises. And if that isn’t enough of a hoot, the birds of Raptors Ridge will be on-site from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends.

    After a turbulent year for Canadian firefighters, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is pleased to announce that they will be expanding their support of the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund by donating partial proceeds from Canyon Frights admissions. Donations will help support the Burn Fund’s fire and burn education efforts in schools throughout British Columbia, as well as support Burn Camp.

    Tickets are available for purchase in advance online. Visits are scheduled in 30-minute arrival increments. BC Annual Passholders are also required to reserve their time online prior to their visit. Book early to avoid missing out! For general information, including the free shuttle schedule to and from Canada Place, please visit www.capbridge.com or call 604.985.7474.

    What: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park featuring Canyon Frights
    When: October 13 – 31, 2023: 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Guests are welcome to stay in the Park an additional hour after posted closing time
    Where: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
    3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver
                                                 

    Social Media Updates: Ticket & weather updates will be posted on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter

    For more information, please contact
    Stacy Chala | Director of Communications
    Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
    E: schala@capbridge.com
    P: 604.985.7474

  • April 5, 2023 – Capilano Suspension Bridge Park donates $40,000 to BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund

    North Vancouver, BC – Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is pleased to announce a $40,000 donation to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund following a successful Canyon Lights season. A longtime supporter of the fire fighters’ charity, this donation crosses an incredible milestone of more than $450,000 donated to the Burn Fund through Canyon Lights.

    This year marks the single largest donation raised for the Burn Fund through the holiday event. Funds were collected through partial proceeds from admissions and through public donations. Capilano also welcomed the District of North Vancouver Fire Fighters Charitable Society to the event every weekend to collect donations on behalf of the Burn Fund, resulting in an additional $6,000 raised. Admissions also help Capilano continue to host the Twelve Nights of Christmas, offering passes to various charities including the Burn Fund. Every year burn survivors look forward to bringing their families to Canyon Lights to take in the unforgettable holiday light experience.

    “On behalf of fire fighters across the province, thank you to Nancy Stibbard and the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park team for their incredible generosity. The last three years have been a challenging time for most charities and the Burn Fund is no different. This donation offers our programs the boost we need so that we can continue supporting burn survivors across BC and the Yukon year-round. Nancy and her staff have always stuck by us and we are so grateful for the Capilano Group’s longtime support,” says Jeff Sauve, Executive Director of the Burn Fund.

    In 2007, Stibbard and her team responded to an urgent need to help the Burn Fund. Mutual circumstances brought the two organizations together, with severe winter storms causing a 46-ton tree to fall on the Capilano Suspension Bridge, closing the Park for five months. In Stanley Park, the storms caused major damage to Bright Nights, the Burn Fund’s single largest fundraising event which supports burn survivor programs.

    Stibbard, the owner and CEO of the Capilano Group, reached out to help the Burn Fund with the idea of creating a fundraiser to replenish lost donations from the annual holiday event at the re-opening of Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Since then, the Capilano Group has donated more than $550,000 and hundreds of hours of time to the Burn Fund.

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