$34.00 (including shuttle for downtown) for a walk across a bridge seemed like a bit much, but the Nature Walk (9/10) and Cliffwalk (7/10) were fun. The Capilano Bridge area is privately owned and they have done a good job of expanding beyond just the bridge to include other attractions as well. Good historical and aboriginal displays. Worth a visit.
Take some snacks with you ... food there is expensive
Amazing natural temperate rainforest
Massive old growth Douglas Fir and Red Cedar
Nature trail is very nice
"Raptors Ridge" - good effort here on an interpretive bird of prey exhibit with live handlers showing 1 or 2 birds of prey. Good interaction with guests.
Crowded on the bridge and Cliffwalk
Pretty touristy in the food court and "mandatory" gift shop area
Onsite food is expensive $C 9.00 hot dogs
Not recommended for very your children or mobility-impaired guestsMore