What: This sparkling annual festive attraction has now been cancelled for 2020.
Here's what they were planning: North Vancouver's ever-popular lofty hot spot has never looked better: studded with twinkling fairy lights like a shimmering necklace strung across the vast, tree-lined canyon. The lights spill over into the rest of the park as well, which means gem-like additions to the Cliffwalk and surrounding trees. But it's not all about snapping selfies in the middle of the bridge while your legs turn to jelly: there's also live seasonal music, a family-friendly Owl Prowl scavenger hunt and a walk-through light tunnel––plus a festive gaggle of eight fairy-lit Douglas firs that are reputed to be the largest Christmas trees in the world. Read our exclusive story on last year's Capilano Canyon Lights here.
For more information, visit the Capilano Canyon Lights website below: