This is a major tourist destination in North Vancouver, that has a 140 meter long (460 feet) suspension bridge that is 76 meters (230 feet) above the Capilano river.
The bridge was originally built in 1899 using hemp and wood, but was upgraded to a wire cable in 1903.
By 1935, various local tribes were invited to place their totems in the park for an added theme.
In 2004, the second major section, the ‘Tree Tops Adventure’, was added, consisting of footbridges attached to the gigantic ‘fir’ trees.
This is a nice place to visit, and walk around for 2-3 hours, and just enjoy the mixture of nature and man-made suspension bridges and pathways.Details