Capilano Suspension Bridge (Vancouver, Canada) Reviews
Newest Review: ... through the turnstiles you start your visit. The site straddles a deep gorge which carries a river fed by the melt-waters of Grouse Mountain, down to the bay. On the entrance side are things like the souvenir shop and a café. The souvenir shop is quite large and has an impressive selection of products for you to buy for yourself or friends although prices are, as is inevitable, a little on the high side. On your way to the bridge there are displays of information about the history of the site. It appears that over the years it has passed through a number of hands. Not all of the owners have exploited the potential of the attraction... more
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by - written on 08/10/11, updated on 08/10/11 (Very useful, 115 readings)
In my summary of our visit to Canada and Vancouver in particular, I mentioned that one of the attractions we visited was the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver. We went there as a part of a day out, which included also a visit to Vancouver's own ski area, Grouse Mountain. They are close to each other and so can easily be covered in one day. You could also ski Grouse Mountain although most ski fans would probably want to devote a whole day, despite the relatively small size of this ski resort. Getting there is quite easy as a dedicated bus runs right from Canada Place on the north shore of Downtown, picking up visitors through the city, crossing ... Read the complete review
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