Vancouver With Love

Hey Readers,

Welcome back this week I want to write a postcard on my Vancouver trip. The weather in Vancouver was a chilly breeze but fresh it was crisp and the morning air always felt like it should of belonged to an autumn morning, perfect for the place later on I than went to visit. Now Vancouver is known for its beauty and this was something I had to post about.

The Capilano Suspension bridge or originally  known and spelled as  Kia’palano,  which I know you’ll be wanting to know it means beautiful river. ( How beautiful is that ).

Was Originally built in 1889, Capilano Suspension Bridge it stretches over  450 feet and  across and 230 feet above the beautiful River. Since then the bridge has and surrounding areas have developed into so much more   twenty-seven acre more. One of the latest is the Clifwalk, It is a walkway clinging to the granite cliff high above Capilano Canyon. I know how crazy is that! It is also pretty insane I do not think the photos can do it justice. Along with that the walk it self has multiple Treetops Adventures and  seven suspension bridges through the evergreens taking you up to above the forest floor. This was the perfect walk just to get lost to go explore before the flight home but what I also love about this place is the people its the family walkers it is the dog walkers its just people like you and me trying to escape reality for a bit of wilderness.

And that is it, my small but lovely little postcard on Vancouver. If you have enjoyed the little post and the photo’s which do not do this place justice! Than I will leave a link to purchase tickets in the meanwhile

until my next travel

Lots Of Love


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