Swaying high above the Capilano River in North Vancouver, the wire-framed Capilano Suspension Bridge was created in 1889. Walk across and you’ll see the raging water of the Capilano River far below, hemmed in by the tall trees of an old growth forest. Children will also want to check out the new Treetops Adventure, where bridges 200 feet high are connected to the large tree trunks. Don’t miss the homemade fudge, including the Marvelous Mud Pie. Admission provides access to the bridge, Treetops Adventures, Cliffhanger Walk, a Living Forest exhibit, guided eco tours, Story Center history walk, and the park’s seven-acre West Coast rain forest. Dining, a gift shop, and arts and crafts by First Nations artisans are also available.