Balancing A Regular Life with Extreme WANDERLUST


'Cliffwalk', a cliffside journey that takes you through rainforest vegetation on a series of unobtrusive cantilevered and suspended walkways jutting out from the granite cliff face above Capilano River. Its not for the faint hearted!

Nature's Edge Boardwalk is the perfect way to absorb the many facets of the delicate temperate West Coast. Enjoy a stroll through the rain forest, past tranquil trout ponds and majestic evergreens.

Beautiful Kia’palano totem poles welcome you to the park. The Pacific Northwest is famous for hundreds of Totem poles that dot the landscape. Stories about British Colombia's First Nations people and their connection to the natural world, carved in wood, were stunning.

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The majestic Capilano Suspension Bridge was first built in 1889 by a Scottish engineer. The bridge has had many owners and modifications since then; the bridge you walk across today was built in 1953.

Our first stop on a weekend trip to Vancouver was the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. It was a beautiful day to spend outdoors. Although the bridge is the park’s crowd puller, there are several other attractions that are awe-inspiring in their own way. Here are a few of our memories from our time at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park!


The experience was hosted by Tourism Vancouver but the views are entirely my own. I thank them for their valuable support!


Weather gods were generous!

Treetops Adventure is one the most popular experiences at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and the first venue of its kind in North America. It offers a squirrel’s eye view of a thriving coastal forest. You get to walk over suspension bridges placed between trees, some as high as 110ft!

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, British Columbia

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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park - A Canadian Gem