Forget the famous Capilano Suspension Bridge tourist attraction during your trip to Vancouver, BC, Canada. Instead, test your acrophobia at North Vancouver’s Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge – one of Lynn Valley’s best kept local secrets. (Capilano costs $32.95 CAN per adult, but Lynn’s is FREE).
More daunting than Capilano Suspension Bridge, Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge is narrower, the river below is frighteningly ferocious, and the bridge wobbles and sways every time someone takes a step. The bridge spans 158 feet and it was built in 1912 – so in lieu of solid steel, you’ve got narrow wooden slats under your feet. And that’s all that’s separating you from a 166 foot drop to Lynn Creek below – although the view from the bridge is spectacular. Walk along the many hiking trails in Lynn Canyon Park, situated amongst a 616 acre rainforest, or stroll along the river and you’ll discover beautiful clear swimming holes of Lynn Creek.
Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge
Peters Road, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
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