This was a very quiet zen like walk through the woods.
We went for an afternoon walk in this park. The weather was cool, sunny and perfect temperature. It was not filled with lots of people and the walk in the forest was soul soothing and magnificent. I w...
You can walk this area via a gravel road on the west side of the river down to the hatchery or down a trail with a bunch of stairs on the east side. Suggest doing the stair route down and the road ba...
Walk on miles of well groomed trails on either side of the Capilano River, around and under old growth trees. Children love playing on the huge fallen logs. Overlooks dot the river and provide great v...
It takes only 10 minutes to drive, and Vancouver people can switch from the city center to the magnificent mountain mode. Take the 99th road through Stanley Park, cross the stalwart's Lions Gate Bridge, and then drive for three or four kilometers to Capellan. Kapelano Suspension Bridge Park. This swaying ancient suspension bridge is 20 stories high from the rushing Kapelano River valley bed. I watched some of the heightened tourists grab the railing and bend their knees forward to move a little. Walking on the top, although the bridge is also trembling, I can overlook the valley forest from the perspective of God, so I am not willing to take half a step.? Crossing the suspension bridge is a piece of virgin forest, each of which is a towering tree that has been baptized by the years.
The air has the unique taste of the cedar trees, and it is refreshing. We walked under the tree, and some people were walking in the air on the top of the head. The rope bridge between the substantial cedar trees climbing down the tree roots to the treetops, we can switch to the daily. The squirrel or owl walking through the shadows of the forest is fluffy. It has a beautiful feeling. Returning to the opposite side of the Kapelano Suspension Bridge, there is more exciting to Cliffwalk. It extends from the granite cliffs hanging over the Caperan River. The forest is at the foot is full of waves. A wave of green waves because it is high enough and there are no trees in front of it. So this is also the best angle to shoot the Kapelano suspension bridge. Of course, the premise is not to be high. We walked under the tree, and some people were walking in the air on the top of the head.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is Vancouver's oldest and most popular tourist attraction. This is the world's tallest and longest pedestrian suspension bridge, gently swaying on the unique rainforest canyon. There are also breathtaking cliff trails and treetop explorations in the jungle. In winter, the 'Canyon light' turns the park into a fairy tale rainforest.
Thank you for breaking into my heart and becoming my scenery. Thanksgiving, thank you! Photo: unsplash
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Vancouver's most classic and worthwhile tourist attraction - Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
Standing on the 137-meter-long, 70-meter-high suspension bridge, you can look down on this dense forest from the perspective of God. The slow-flowing creek gives the park a more dynamic vitality.
There are 1300 years of Douglas fir trees, Indian totems and small suspension bridges between the trees. For children, it can be called a fun adventure and treasure hunt. Because there are many rare creatures hiding in the forests of Noda.
I have to say that it is a happy thing to arrive at the Forest Park from the city in 20 minutes.
Built a century ago by native aboriginals with hemp ropes and thick wooden planks, the footbridge at Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park hangs high in mid-air over the swift rapids of the Capilano River. The bridge swings and gives out a human-like cackling sound when winds blow across the valley, hence its nickname "Laughing Bridge". The suspension bridge straddles the Capilano River and swathes of leafy forest. Walking on the bridge, one is surrounded by nature, taking in not only the beautiful woodland, but also the snow peaks in the distance and the nearby ravine. If fortunate enough, one could also spot a splendid rainbow due to the vapor from the river.