Suspension Bridges You Must Explore Near Vancouver

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Brave the heights for a birds-eye-view of some of BC’s most magical places. Check out these spectacular suspension bridges nestled in the wilderness of Vancouver, or just a short road trip away from the city.

Best Suspension Bridges Near Vancouver

Capilano Suspension Bridge

An obvious choice for locals and tourists alike. Discover this bridge in North Vancouver that crosses the Capilano River. It’s 140-metres-long and 70-metres-high. The views as you cross over are hard to beat, with lush trees all around and the rushing river below.

Buntzen Lake Suspension Bridge

The 50-metre-long suspension bridge is small but offers scenic views of the area. It’s between Bunzten Lake and McCombe Lake in Anmore, which is just north of Port Moody.

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Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge

The stunning Lynn Canyon Park on the North Shore takes over 617 acres with beautiful greenery, waterfalls and the 50-metre-high suspension bridge. Wander across the bridge and enjoy views of the canyon and waterfalls below.

Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge

Whether you hike the chief or take the sea-to-sky gondola ride up, this suspension bridge is a must. It runs 100-metres-long with one of the most breathtaking backdrops in the province. This suspension bridge in Squamish is a gem that everyone must experience at least once.

Train Wreck Suspension Bridge

The Train Wreck Trail is a favourite among hikers, with abandoned train cars along the way. The suspension bridge and nature trail offer incredible views of the Cheakamus River in Whistler. Plus, the graffiti painted train wreck parts add a little bit of history and magic to the adventure.

Cascade Falls Suspension Bridge

Just northeast of Mission you can find this gorgeous waterfall and newly-added suspension bridge. The bridge has a viewing platform to take in the incredible views of the 30-metre Cascade Falls.

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