I love this tour, and Erick (tour guide) was fantastic, fun, positive, respectful and he was so attentive, that he played music from our origin place. Five stars!!!
Once across the Bridge and in the North Shore, the tour continues on a short drive up the mountain to the Capilano Fish Hatchery. Here you will learn about the life cycle of salmon and, depending on the season (July thru August), watch them as they leap their way upriver.
Next, head over to a world-famous foot bridge, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, to walk among the towering trees of the surrounding temperate rainforest and learn the traditions of the Coast Salish indigenous people. Then the group will be guided across the infamous 446-foot (136-meter) bridge to the other side of the river to a climb into the canopy and walk through the Treetops Adventure walkway high above the canyon and river below.
For those seeking a more thrilling experience, try the 'Cliffwalk', the newest attraction at the Capilano Suspension Bridge. This adrenaline-pumping journey travels through the rainforest on a series of suspended walkways built out from the granite cliff face to give the group access to unexplored territories of the park.
At Grouse Mountain, the group will ascend into the coastal mountains by gondola and travel to a 3,937-foot (1,200-meter) viewpoint to enjoy one of the best views in Vancouver overlooking the city. In the summertime, walk along the mountain top meadows and witness the world-famous Lumberjack show. Visit Grinder and Coola, two resident grizzly bears and enjoy a 'Birds in Motion' demonstration at the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife. Attend a movie at the 'Theatre in the Sky' before heading back.
A quick summary of the tour:
After this exciting North Shore experience, the group will return to the bus and relax on the drive back to Vancouver.
We decided to take the city tour with a stop at Capilano Suspension Bridge, and we are glad we did! The park is fantastic! What a unique experience as you walk across the suspension bridge! The walk among the trees was also great!
Recently visited Capilano Bridge. There is a free bus thats takes you to Capilano. It sets off from Cananda Place but has stops along the way. We caught the bus in the West End on Robson St outside the Horison Hotel. It is the same...More
These are definitely bucket list place’s to see , Grouse mountain actually took my breathe away , it was one of the most stunning places I’ve every been too . Capilano bridge was so cool , if scared of heights i’d Give it a miss...More
We took our daughter and her family to Vancouver and this was one of the things they picked as a must-do. It was an amazing experience - beautiful views and an education nature walk, viewing the area from literally the tops of the trees. The...More