The Capilano Suspension Bridge is an impressive structure that stretches 137 metres across the Capilano River, in North Vancouver. At 70 metres high the bridge affords wonderful views of the surrounding rainforest but is only one part of this award-winning attraction. The whole park has seven suspension bridges which enable visitors to walk amongst the towering evergreens and a number of trails which weave around the forest floor. The Cliffwalk is a 215 metre long walkway which clings to the edge of Capilano Canyon giving a birds eye view of the river below. The park has a First Nations cultural centre – Kia’palano – where you can enjoy stories of this heritage alongside arts and crafts demonstrations, whilst a well-maintained collection of totem poles stands tall amongst the trees. Guided eco-walks and are available through the park and there is also live seasonal musical entertainment, making this a brilliant day out for all the family. Capilano is less than two kilometres from downtown Vancouver and a complimentary shuttle operates all year round.