“This is what a real autumn must look like,” I said to myself as Christopher and I crossed the 450ft long suspension bridge through the Capilano Canyon and rainforest.
Gold, brown, and red peeked through the massive emerald trees, contributing to the vividness of North Vancouver’s scenery.
Fall’s color palette nourished Christopher and I at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
Quite frankly, this was probably the more touristy stops we made on this trip but it was clear why it was a tourist must-do and must-see. This park takes its visitors along treetops, cliff sides, and deep into the rainforest, giving all ages the opportunity to easily explore a forest at various depths.
The deeper we dove into the park, the more the forest’s fresh complexion rejuvenated us.
All of our nature walks revived my spirit and released creative flows. Can’t wait to draw this all!