Private Guided Tour of Vancouver's North Shore: Grouse Mountain and Capilano Suspension Bridge
Our Vancouver North Shore day trip starts with pickup and a drive over the Lions Gate Bridge, a 5,890-foot (1,823-meter) bridge that offers unparalleled views of Vancouver Harbor, and beyond. You'll start your day going up the Grouse Mountain, where you'll ride up the mountainside in a gondola and enjoy some of B.C's most spectacular views - plus a chance to get up-close views of grizzly bears at the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife. Next, head to the Capilano Suspension Bridge, where you'll wander through the rainforest and learn about the climate of the region and how that shaped the traditions of the Indigenous People. Then, walk across the 460-foot (140-meter) bridge to the other side of the river, where you can climb to the canopy and walk through the Treetops Adventure walkway high above the canyon and river below.
Grouse Mountain Gondola
There is no better view of Vancouver than the one you’ll see from the famous Grouse Mountain Skyride, an aerial tram that carries visitors up the mountain year-round. Your adventure begins as you step off the gondola. In the summer it’s all about hiking and connecting with nature. Theatre in the Sky and numerous impressive dining options are available all year. While in the winter Grouse Mountain is a mecca for skiers and snowboarders. There is no place like the Peak of Vancouver.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers a unique combination of adventure, history and culture, which makes this attraction a complete British Columbia experience and a must-see while visiting Vancouver.
Treetops Adventure is one the most popular experiences at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and the first of its kind in North America. A series of seven suspension bridges attached to eight 250 year-old Douglas-firs, takes the guests up to 110 feet above the forest floor for a one-of-a-kind thrilling experience.
Bonus: Salmon Hatchery
If time allows, stop at the Hatchery. The Capilano River Hatchery was built in the 1970s to strengthen declining Capilano salmon stocks that were affected by the construction of the Cleveland Dam. There are many hiking trails and a picnic area in the Capilano Regional River Park. During spawning season the salmon can be seen jumping and fighting their way upstream off the small local bridges. Best of all, this attraction is free for all visitors.
How to Book
Booking is easy, by phone or by email, we'll assist you in booking the perfect vehicle for your needs. In your email please include the number of guests in your party, the type of service you're looking for, and your travel dates.