Just 14 minutes from downtown Vancouver is another world called Capilano Bridge Park. Since 1889 it has been growing. It was raining in the morning but the clouds were starting to break do we headed over. Lucky because 3 hours later when we left it was crowded. I don’t know whether it was the recent rain or what but the colors of green were awesome. The moss on the trees was a neon color making for an imposing sight that pictures would not do justice. The highlight of the day was not the suspension bridge although it cool. The best was the hike through the tree tops. Walking a 120 feet up going from tree platform to the next was just fascinating. It’s is an easy walk which gradually takes you up and the down. Getting a new perspective as you look down to the forest streams and landscape. It is a must see but try to go when the weather is not so great and just feel the solitude.
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