I used to think I was scared of heights. After this experience, I can confirm that I'm not.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge was just a quick stop after a busy day with my dad. The bridge was definitely the most iconic aspect of the park, but I really liked the walkway built just under the canopy of the trees. It was an interesting experience that gave you a different perspective of your surroundings.
One captivating thing is that the footpaths up in the trees aren't nailed or drilled into the tree trunks. Instead, walkways are help up by brackets that grip around the tree like a corset, apparently causing it no harm.
Labels: Family, Life in Pictures, Reflection, Vancouver