Add dates

Capilano River Hatchery

Capilano River Hatchery: Our most recommended tours and activities

North Shore Capilano Suspension Bridge & Grouse Mountain

1. North Shore Capilano Suspension Bridge & Grouse Mountain

Enjoy a full-day of light adventure from Vancouver and see the stunning Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain. The guided scenic tour takes you to the amazing temperate rainforest of Vancouver's North Shore, where you will have the opportunity to experience a broad selection of activities. Visit the Capilano Fish Hatchery (11am tour only) to learn about the life cycle of salmon. For adventure seekers, cross the heart stopping Capilano Suspension Bridge, the largest suspension foot bridge in the world. Your tour also includes a visit to Grouse Mountain, where you will rise to a viewpoint at 3,700 feet (1,200 meters) above the city. Here you can watch a lumberjack show, see the grizzly bears at the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife, view theater presentations, take a sleigh ride and go ice skating, or just enjoy the great views!

Other Sightseeing Options in Capilano River Hatchery

Want to discover all there is to do in Capilano River Hatchery? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Capilano River Hatchery

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 231 reviews

The excursion is very interesting. We begin by visiting a salmon farm and walking through the forest of the Capilano River, explanations included. After the bridge that is amazing and the walk through the trees. The Grause mountain covered in fog, that made it more "spooky". Honestly, we really enjoyed the day. We had a great time.

The tour guide Gavin was great. He had good, interesting commentary about the area, our excursions and great recommendations. I recommend this trip to many of my friends.

Excellent Guide , Transport and Breath taking views and experience at Suspension Bridge as well at Grouse Mountains

Visited both venues with landsea tours. Very good day out , well organised interesting and fun

Great trip, Steve was a brilliant guide, made the trip fun with his knowledge