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Capilano Suspension Bridge
Vancouver’s oldest attraction has thrilled visitors since 1889. Cross the swaying planks of the bridge suspended above the Capilano River and wander among towering evergreens in a West Coast rainforest. Guides interpret the park’s nature and history, or you can take a self-guided tour. Get a squirrel’s-eye view at Treetops Adventure: seven suspension bridges in the trees take you high above the forest floor. First Nations totem poles can be found at Kia’palano. The newest attraction is Cliffwalk, an adrenaline-pumping series of narrow suspended stairs, bridges and walkways (year-round). Open daily except Dec 25. $35.95, senior $33.95, student $29.95, 13-16 $22.95, 6-12 $12, under 6 free. CAP pass for BC residents $35.95, valid for one year.