Its been said that there are places you can never stop dreaming of no matter how much time has passed, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park has definitely been one of those places for me.
We first visited this delightful park about 8 years ago when we made our way to Vancouver for the first time.
Our oldest daughter was only a little toddler at the time, and I was pregnant with our son.
As the opportunity arose for us to visit again, we jumped right in as I could not wait to experience this place once again.
I was even more excited as I would have all three of our kiddos in tow this time around.
Walking through the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park has always felt like walking through an enchanted forest.
The whole layout is fantastic, the bridges so very thrilling, and to top it off, we were lucky to be there before Christmas.
While our kids loved the whole experience, they could not get enough of the suspended bridge as it shakes while you walk.
While most adults would hold on for dear life, our little ones did not mind the thrill of being suspended 230 feet in the air.
Seeing the place decorated in fall foilage with glittering lights made it all even more dreamy.
My favorite part of the park is the Treetop Adventure, which is composed of 7 suspended footbridges offering views 110 feet above the floor.
I always feel like a giggly kid when I am up there.
Another highlight of the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park was the newly constructed Cliffwalk.
When we last visited this attraction, it was not even in the works, so it was exciting to experience something new this time around.
The Cliffwalk is a thin bridge suspended 300 feet high along side a rocky cliff, and it proved to be yet another thrilling experience not for the faint of heart.
A few minutes drive from Vancouver will have you feeling worlds away from the chaos of the city.
Venture out and lose yourself in this natural setting, a place the whole family is bound to enjoy and remember.
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