An aerial view of two visitors enjoy a thrilling stroll across the iconic Capilano Suspension Bridge, suspended high above the lush greenery of the rainforest below

West Coast Experiences

Take a Walk on the Wilder Side

Aerial overhead view of guests walking across the Capilano Suspension Bridge

The Suspension Bridge

Venture onto the swinging planks of the one and only 450-foot Capilano Suspension Bridge and experience the natural thrill that’s amazed millions of visitors since 1889.

A woman enjoys the serene view of a pond from a platform amidst the rainforest at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, while guests walk above her on the suspended bridge of Treetops Adventure , immersed in the beauty of the rainforest canopy
Couple walking Treetops Adventure canopy walk at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Treetops Adventure

Get a squirrel’s eye view of the thriving coastal rainforest from towering platforms and seven suspension bridges, which take you far beyond the forest floor.

Guests enjoy a scenic walk along the Cliffwalk attraction at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, immersed in breathtaking views and thrilling experiences with the Capilano Suspension Brige stretching across the canyon in the distance.


Providing thrilling views on the edge of nature, Cliffwalk is a gravity-defying cantilevered walkway clinging to the granite cliff high above Capilano Canyon.

Two curious kids marvel at a spider in the living forest exhibits at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, discovering the wonders of nature up close
A stunning display of a large dragonfly in the lush rainforest of Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, showcasing the beauty and diversity of the natural environment

The Living Forest

Get deep into the temperate West Coast rainforest ecosystem and life at the canyon’s edge through this highly visual interpretation of the forest floor, rainforest canopy, and geology.

adventures at capilano suspension bridge

The Birds of Raptors Ridge

Between April and early September, meet eagles, owls and other birds of prey with the guidance from their dedicated team of handlers from the Raptors Ridge facility, a local organization committed to educating the public about wildlife conservation.

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