10 January 2015

A Day At The Capilano Suspension Bridge

Jenn and I visited the Capilano Suspension Bridge a couple of weeks ago. It only took me like, two years to visit that place.. I guess it was about time that I hopped on to the Seabus! We saw two corgis and got to pet a magnificent-looking husky who had the fluffiest coat and the bluest eyes.

On our way back from the North Shore, the sun had started setting and it turned the skyline of the city of Vancouver into a perfect silhouette. I wish I got pictures of that, all cast against the tangerine sky.

Some pictures:



(Ps: I had been looking around for a pair of black Roshe Runs since foreverrrr and I ended up scoring this pair from the kids section, because everywhere I looked, they only had Roshes in the most outrageous colours. The Tiffany Blue ones are pretty, I'll say). 

Cliffwalk 



This was a 1300 year old tree! Don't mind my hairy hands... 

We had to touch it so as to absorb the true full powers of a mystic tree, amirite?



The Suspension Bridge!! It was a lot scarier than this looks, mainly because I'm deathly afraid of heights and the ends of the bridge bob up and down a lot. I was also really afraid that my phone would drop down into the abyss of rocks and waterfalls while trying to take pictures that would garner likes on social media, which was pretty much what everyone else was doing. 


All in all, it was a good time and the Cap Bridge is definitely a fun touristy thing to do if you're visiting Vancouver (or in Vancouver) and don't really enjoy hiking (or the outdoors?) that much. Cap Bridge is to Lynn Canyon the way Whistler is to The North Shore Mountains.. does that make sense? 

1 comment:

  1. I hate to admit it but as a Vancouver born and raised, I have yet to ever go up to the Capilano bridge! I've always wanted to go during winter but never get the chances to.

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