Capilano Suspension is once again presenting Canyon Lights as thousands of bulbs illuminate the lush forest of the Capilano Canyon.
If you’ve never been to the suspension bridge (or even if you have) this is a great time to make the crossing. Everything glows and sparkles as the bridge, plaza, and evergreens glisten in the moonlight. You can enjoy warm treats outdoors, historical winter costumes, the Christmas Band, and the works of glassblower Malcolm Macfadyen who will teach guests how to make glass icicle ornaments. Canyon Lights features over 250,000 twinkling lights throughout the park.
Canyon Lights is now open daily until January 2, 2011 from 5:00pm until 9:00pm (closed December 25th). Admission is $15 for adults and $5 for children with family passes available for $35. All proceeds benefit the BC Professional Firefighters’ Association Burn Fund.
To get to the Capilano Suspension Bridge, located at 3735 Capilano Road, you can take the Capilano Road Exit from Highway 1 and head north. By bus, hop the 236 Grouse Mountain or 247 Upper Capilano.
This week I have three family prize packs to give away that each include:
Tickets for two adults and two children to attend Canyon Lights
A glass ball ornament made by Malcolm McFadyen who does glassblowing on-site
A $100 gift card to the Trading Post Gift Shop to stock up on souvenirs or presents
Here’s how you can enter to win one of these three prize packs:
I will draw three winners on Thursday, December 9th, 2010.
Update The winners are Belinda, Jeff, and @monnibo.