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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge

Last week Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park opened for it's tenth year and I got to enjoy a date night with Will at this popular spot. The suspension bridge plus the Cliffwalk, Treetops Adventure and several other areas are decorated for the holiday season and we enjoyed walking through the park taking it all in. It's stunning and something the whole family will enjoy; or do what we did and make a date night of it. It's hard to decide what the highlight was, but I loved the Treetops Adventure and the all- white rainforest display. I might have driven Will a little crazy taking photos of everything, but we had a great time and look forward to bringing the kids next time. Partial proceeds from Canyon Lights are donated to the Firefighter's Burn Fund and more than $192,000 has been raised to date. See below for all the details about this great Vancouver attraction & tips for families.


















Canyon Lights Info:

Open daily from 11am- 9pm
November 27, 2015- January 3, 2016
(Closed Christmas Day)
Holiday activities begin at 4pm

Ticket Prices (includes GST)
Adults $37.95
Seniors $34.95
Student (17+ with ID) $30.95
Youth (13- 16) $24.95
Child (6- 12) $12.00
Family passes available

You can purchase your tickets online and in person
Tickets valid for 1 year from the date of purchase and can be used any day (which means you can return throughout the year without having to pay again)

Partial proceeds are donated to the BC Professional Fire Fighter's Burn Fun towards fire/ burn education in schools
Admission also helps Canyon Lights to host their Twelve Nights of Christmas benefitting local charities including Covenant House and Canuck Place

Attractions & Activities
- Suspension Bridge
- Treetops Adventure
- Cliffwalk
- rainforest light display & VocaLites- an interactive light display
- illuminated river and cliff face
- tallest living Christmas tree (153 feet tall!)
- Snowy Owl Prowls
- gingerbread cookie decorating
- make your own Christmas card (by donation)
- holiday band sing- alongs
- food & drink concessions plus gift shops

Tips for Families
- weekdays are best to avoid line ups (before December 17th is best)
- purchase your tickets online to save time once you arrive
- if you have a baby, bring a baby carrier- strollers aren't allowed on the attractions
- dress warm- mitts, hats & scarves will help keep you cozy while you walk around
- plan to take lots of photos- there's a lot to see and if you bring the kids it will be worth it to capture their reactions. We used our phones for some photos and our camera for others (if you have one it's worth bringing)
- depending on the age of your kids, pick the attractions and activities that are suited for them; there is something for all ages to enjoy and it's worth it to plan what you want to do first (especially if you have nap/ bed time to consider

Visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park website for more info and find them on social media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter 

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