Built a century ago by native aboriginals with hemp ropes and thick wooden planks, the footbridge at Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park hangs high in mid-air over the swift rapids of the Capilano River. The bridge swings and gives out a human-like cackling sound when winds blow across the valley, hence its nickname "Laughing Bridge". The suspension bridge straddles the Capilano River and swathes of leafy forest. Walking on the bridge, one is surrounded by nature, taking in not only the beautiful woodland, but also the snow peaks in the distance and the nearby ravine. If fortunate enough, one could also spot a splendid rainbow due to the vapor from the river.
Capellano Suspension Bridge Park is located in the northern suburbs of Vancouver, about half an hour from downtown. We found a temporary parking lot and charged $5 for unlimited time. The park ticket seems to be 20-30 yuan per person. The core attraction is a suspension bridge. It is said that it has a history of more than a hundred years. The bridge is 450 feet long and 230 feet away from the river below. There are tall trees on both sides. It is very exciting to walk on it. Another attraction of the park is cliff walk, which is a semi-circular glass viewing platform, built on the cliff, and also very impressive. In addition, the park also has many huts built on trees and suspension bridges built between trees. Good air, original environment.
Canada is dominated by natural scenery. This park is mainly created by people. It swims in trees with different moods. It feels that 80% of the park is Chinese. It may be the reason of winter, but there are fewer people. It's a must-see spot in Vancouver. A photograph took a stop in the downtown area. It's convenient to go there at half an hour. The park has free WiFi for live broadcasting.
One of Vancouver's must-see attractions is far from the city, but there are free buses that can reach directly. Buses are very convenient. They pass through major main stations. The park has a large area. Besides the main suspension bridges, there are also small suspension bridges to take you to climb trees. At first, the suspension bridge will feel scared, but as the flow of people slowly forward and the beautiful scenery can be appreciated in the suspension bridge, there will be no fear. I heard that the evening is beautiful and there will be lights on the suspension bridge. I wanted to go there again in the evening, but I was too tired. I hope friends who have time can see its night scene.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is a very worthwhile Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver. One of the park's greatest highlights is the long Capellano suspension bridge. The bridge is 450 feet (137 meters) long and 230 feet (70 meters) high. Just walking on the bridge, you can feel the obvious shaking, and the strongest feeling is in the middle. The view of the canyon above is still very good. In addition to the large suspension bridge, there are seven small suspension bridges built on the tree house which can walk. It is very interesting. In addition, there are cliffwalk, Canyon viewing platform and so on along the cliff. The whole park can be arranged for about three hours of deep play.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is supposed to be the most expensive place for Canadian tickets. Adult tickets are taxed at $45, but because it is very famous, it needs a card. Tickets are expensive because the suspension bridge and the trestle are built by hand, and it also requires a lot of manpower and material resources to maintain. The park consists of several suspension bridges, trestles and cliff walks across the woods. It takes three hours to walk all the way.
This morning's Capellano Suspension Bridge Park is just across the Lion Gate Bridge from downtown Vancouver. Without looking at the suspension bridge, just walking through such woods is enough to relax. Trees with a diameter of more than one meter are everywhere. Viewing Taoism is built on the trunk of trees. It is called treetop exploration. Walking here is like walking into a painting and going to sleep here tonight, you will meet a good dream.~
What impressed me most about Suspension Bridge Park is that the ticket is not like a paper bill in China, but a stamp on your hand indicating that you bought the ticket, which is good looking and environmentally friendly. Yijin Park is a suspension bridge similar to Beijing Gushanzhai, which is erected on a river. Next came a wooden bridge on a tree, like walking in mid-air, where the redwoods were as tall and straight as Stanley Park.
Capilano River Regional Park is next to Suspension Bridge Park, which I like better. Naturally, it has no additions, especially to the top of Dam. It has a kind of shock from the sea and sky. Free, play while walking about 3 - 4 hours, mainly mountain road!
Capellano Suspension Bridge Park is one of Vancouver's most exciting parks. Personally, I think the biggest bright spot is the observation deck of suspension bridge and cliff. It's very high here. It's absolutely a challenge to have heightphobia. There is a 213-metre-long ridge path firmly fixed in the sky 91 metres from the ground. Standing on it, you can overlook the foggy evergreen forest and the surging water below. It has a wonderful feeling of walking in the air. It feels like the ape Taishan, shuttling through the forest. It feels amazing.
At the end of July, Vancouver had a cool climate. Cape Pelano Suspension Bridge Park was the only park in Vancouver that charged fees. The index map is very convenient in English and Chinese. The whole park is a suspension bridge built between trees and trees on both sides of the forest canyon. It is impossible to add pleasure to the park. The air is fresh and the humanistic environment is good.