This park is not to be confused with the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, which has the long famous suspension bridge in Vancouver.
The park, one of the oldest tourist spots in Vancouver, is located in a forest with more than 7,000 square meters of rain forest, full of fir and cedar trees.
Here you will walk along steep canyon cliffs, and hear the flowing water from the nearby Capilano River. The Cliffwalk is especially nice, a trail suspended in midair, a little scary but a lot of fun.
All throughout December, the bridges and other attractions in the park are decorated with colorful lights that make a visit here extra special.
This park seems to be suitable for any age. It has attractions that can suit everyone - from exhibitions in the Forest of Life House, interactive illustration of flora and fauna in the rain forests, guided tours along the western rainforest, creative corners for young people, handicrafts and more.
The park also has a totem area, where 25 authentic totem poles stand side by side and allow you to get to know the wonderful Indian tradition of the place.
In a cottage called the Big House, local Indians are happy to explain their traditions and customs and demonstrate their typical sculptural and creative techniques.
Above the Cliffwalk, which surrounds a granite cliff at high altitude, you can look forward and down, through the transparent floor, on the river and the forest below.
You will also see various free attractions in the park, such as the impressive Cleveland Dam, the bridge above it and the Capilano Salmon Hatchery.
From the hike in the forest and the long sections of the Cliffwalk track, winding between the trees and the park facilities, you can get a great view to a magnificent and wonderful view and fascinating attractions that you will not forget so quickly.
In the park is a cafe, restaurants, and nice souvenir shops.