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Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada From 42 USD

Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada
Subhro Prakash
Subhro Prakash
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The Capilano suspension bridge, 460 ft long and 70 m above the Capilano River, is always worth seeing. Originally, this suspension bridge was built in 1889 by a Scottish civil engineer named George Grant Mackay. The bridge’s beautification and the awe-inspiring natural forest view attract over 800,000 visitors every year. Apart from watching the breathtaking natural view from the bridge, you should visit Capilano River Regional Park located just 1.2 km away. Travelers usually never miss the Grouse Mountain Skyride that is just 3.3 km away from the suspension bridge. Grouse Mountain is the peak of Vancouver, hence you can imagine the how entire city will look like from the top. This makes for a great weekend getaway. Check the list of places to stay below and book yours.

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