While it's again raining in Vancouver, I decided to return to my hiking in Capilano Suspension Bridge in April. The suspension bridge was originally built in 1889; it's 136 metres long and 70 metres above the river.
Recently cliffwalk, like small bridges, became another plus of this place. When I was there last April, they just mentioned about it. Now it's already open.
Moreover, this place has a mini-museum about native people.
This is the interesting place, but it's expensive (for one adult - $31.95) and too small for hiking. I bought the membership for one year since the price was the same for one visit and for membership for a year. By the way, another suspension bridge is located in Vancouver, a little shorter. It's absolutely free and there is also a beautiful place, but about it some another time :)
Here are some pictures were taken by a simple camera and weren't processed. Dates of taking pictures are April 2011 and 2012. So, this post is not about the photos but about the place.