Friday, March 24, 2017

Capilano Suspension Bridge in British Columbia

Are you kidding me?  The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park was a total surprise!
We were heading out of Vancouver and stopped by on a whim... what a great choice!
The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is a series of wooden bridges high in the forest over old Growth trees. 
The initial bridge spans the Capilano River in British Columbia and was built in 1889... but now has been turned into a nature park, observatory, and all around awesome adventure.
We came here on a rainy Tuesday morning, we were the only people on the course.  It was wet, slippery, cold, and miserable...
 And we had so much fun!
The staff was incredibly helpful and courteous despite being drenched.  The rangers were funny and generous with cool information and stamps for the kids... they had to complete a booklet of questions about indigenous tress and wildlife and finish a nature scavenger hunt first... but it was all worth it.
I left here thinking... this place is a world class kid adventure.  I was really impressed.
Even soaking wet parents chasing kids around 50 meters up in the tress... you will love it.  

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