In the late 1800s, a Scottish civil engineer decided to string up a rustic suspension bridge in the Canadian wilderness. By the 20th century, the 460-foot long bridge had attracted so many fans that it evolved into one of Canada’s most celebrated tourist destinations.
Today, the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver, British Columbia is the centerpiece of an eco-conscious adventure park which features several elevated footbridges and an anxiety-inducing Cliffwalk—which literally allows visitors to stroll on the edge of a cliff.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge will forever be the main attraction, as it offers a stunning panoramic view of British Columbia’s most stately Douglas fir trees. Standing squarely in the center of the Capilano Suspension Bridge is akin to floating above one of Canada’s most beautiful forests. Just try not to think too hard about the fact that you’re suspended 230 feet above ground—unless you’re a daredevil at heart.