Capilano Park is a natural area in North Vancouver that has a deep gorge running through it. Since the 1800s a private park, close but not included in the main park, has featured a suspension bridge across the ravine.
Today the park has a number of other attractions, and as a ‘tourist spot’ is well done.
The park features a nice display of replica Native Totem Poles.
The ‘Cliffwalk’ is hanging along the side of the cliff on a narrow walkway.
The “Treetop Adventure” is suspended high above the ground giving interesting views of the canopy
As well as the activities below.
The the main attraction is the bouncing, swinging bridge.