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Canyon Frights at Capilano Bridge at Halloween

Canyon Frights at Capilano Bridge

Canyon Frights is the new Halloween-themed event at North Vancouver’s Capilano Suspension Bridge. It features lights and spooky decorations at night in October.


Capilano Suspension Bridge’s Halloween Event

Capilano Suspension Bridge is one the most popular tourist attractions in Metro Vancouver. It’s a beautiful park with a famous suspension bridge. There are also trails, rope bridges in trees and a Cliffwalk along the edge of a canyon.

In December the place is full of Christmas lights and decorations during its festive Canyon Lights event. For the first time, in 2022, Capilano Suspension Bridge hosted Canyon Frights which is a Halloween-themed event in October.

Canyon Frights is a fun twist on the normal Capilano Suspension Bridge experience. Expect to see a few carved pumpkins, spooky displays and other Halloween decorations throughout the attraction. There is also a scavenger hunt with prizes to win for kids to enjoy. At the event guests are encouraged to wear family-friendly costumes as well if they want.


When and Where in 2023

The dates for 2023’s Canyon Frights are from October 6th to 31st, 2023.

The attraction runs daily and opens at 10:00 am and closes at 8:00 pm.

Capilano Suspension Bridge is located in North Vancouver at 3735 Capilano Road. It’s about 3 km from Capilano Bridge and 3.5 km from the base of Grouse Mountain.


Admission Prices

Canyon Frights is included with general admission. Tickets are available online in 30-minute timeslots. To give you an idea of pricing, below were the online rates for October 2022.

  • Adults (ages 18 to 64) – $62.95
  • Seniors (ages 65+) – $57.95
  • Students (ages 18+) – $49.95
  • Youth (ages 13 to 17) – $34.95
  • Children (ages 6 to 12) – $24.95
  • Little Kids (ages 5 & under) – Free


Canyon Frights During the Day


Tips and Advice

Below are some tips to help you save on admission to Canyon Frights in 2023. They include details about ways to save on admission as well as other general information


Admission Tips

TIP #1: If you are a BC resident, buy an annual pass. It costs the same as one-day admission and it means you can go back multiple times at other times of the year for no additional charge. To qualify though you have to provide proof that you live in British Columbia.

TIP #2: You’ll save a few dollars if you buy your tickets online in advance instead of on the day at the gate.

TIP #3: Go in the late afternoon if you can especially if you’ve never been to Capilano Bridge before. That way you can walk around the park in the daylight and then a second time in the dark. The two experiences are very different.

TIP #4: In October of 2022 the online ticket reseller Tiqets.com had been offering a special deal. If you click the links to their site from the Vancouver’s Best Places website, and if you use the promo code promo code VANBEST10, you’ll save about 5% off the rates you’ll pay on Capilano Bridge’s website. (To learn more, and for a list of other attractions you can save 10% at, see our article about Tiqets.com Attractions and Savings.)


Halloween in the Lower Mainland


Other Things to Know

TIP #1: Canyon Frights is a great family-friendly attraction. There are a fair number of spiders and skeletons on display, including a few giant ones. The place isn’t overly scary though (unless you are extremely timid). You don’t have to worry about people in freaky costumes jumping out and saying “boo”!

TIP #2: If you’re not sure if Canyon Frights will be too scary for your especially timid child, have a look at the skeletons on the outside of the entrance. If your child can handle that, and a few bigger skeletons, they should be able to handle everything inside too. The place isn’t high on the scary scale.

TIP #3: Other family-friendly Halloween attractions in the Lower Mainland to check out include HowlOver Canada at FlyOver Canada in Vancouver and places like Petey’s Pumpkin Patch and Maan Farms in the Fraser Valley. Vancouver Mysteries also hosts fun adventure games that are good for groups of adults as well as for families with child ages 6 and older.


Other Information

For more information about the Halloween attraction click Canyon Frights.

To learn more about the tourist destination in general, check out our Capilano Suspension Bridge article.

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