Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Squirrel's Eye View of the Forest

Even if you've been to beautiful Vancouver, BC, previously, this is a new attraction you have to come back to see!  As the latest edition to the Capilano Suspension Bridge experience, the Cliffwalk is a hands-on breathtaking journey through the Pacific Northwest rainforest along a series of suspended glass walkways.

Definitely not for those with a fear of heights, this new attraction is second only in popularity to the Treetops Adventure where guests venture along a series of suspension bridges from one majestic Douglas fir tree top to the next.  Visitors will find themselves as high as 100 feet above the Capilano River and forest floor below.

As one of the top attractions in Vancouver, the Capilano Suspension Bridge does not disappoint!  There are tours for children (Cap Kids), Totem Poles, a Fish Feeding area, gift shop, and three dining venues ranging from casual fair to authentic West Coast three-course meals featuring specialties like Wild BC Salmon Chowder and Buffalo Sheppard's Pie.

For more information or to buy your tickets online, visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge.  And for BC Residents, view this special offer!  

Images: Courtesy of Capilano Suspension Bridge


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1 comment :

  1. Interesting concept, but it's kind of cheating, I think. Make them tourists climb!

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