- Famous for the thrilling and one of the oldest attractions of North Vancouver called the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the park also features other attractions. These include the Treetops Adventure where you can walk across from one Douglas fir tree to another on bridges and walkways that are attached to tree trunks 30 meter above the rain-forest floor. For those enthused with regional folk-art, the cluster of totem poles made by First Nation people is located inside the remote section of the park. The carvings on the trees are breathtaking and according to popular belief, the intricate carvings offer stories of their own. The First Nation Cultural Center is where you can learn about the intriguing life of the First Nation people as well as observe the handicraft demonstrations that takes place throughout the day. Besides, a guided tours through the expanse of rain-forest floor can also be availed from the center. Call or visit their website for season timings and more information.
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