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Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, Canada

The Capilano Suspension Bridge is part of an outdoor adventure park in North End Vancouver, British Columbia.  Originally built in 1899 out of hemp rope, it is an engineering marvel that spans the width of a canyon as deep as the statue of liberty and as wide as two Boeing 747 jets placed side-by-side.

The roar of the river 230 feet below you is the best part of this adrenaline pumping journey.

After you’ve crossed the bridge you can play in the world’s craziest tree fort, and scare what’s left of the life out of yourself by trying to the new Cliffwalk attraction (you can watch a video of its incredible construction here).

If you’re in Vancouver, Canada, make sure you check out the Capilano Suspension Bridge.

3 comments on “Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, Canada

  1. rommel
    August 29, 2012

    Yikes!!! The picture alone is scary. Nah, if I do get there, I would be thrilled to go across it …. then pee at the end. Bwahahaha 😀

    • bucketdave
      August 29, 2012

      Ha ha, well depending on which way you come, the toilet is at the end for you.

      • rommel
        August 29, 2012

        You see that’s the kind of warning you should be annotating on the post. Bwahahaha

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