Would you dare?

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Loves, would you dare crossing this bridge? I would probably chicken out in the last moment and sadly miss out on the breathtaking views of the Grouse mountains in Vancouver. I read that the bridge feels a bit wobbly while crossing, but it's totally worth it as afterwards you can enjoy the mesmerizing West Coast rainforest and homemade fudge that they sell in the shop on the other side:) Have you been there already? Would you go? xo

P.S: Also, this French mountain top and that teahouse on top of the world.

(Photos via The Cool Hunter)

36 comments:

Punctuation Mark said...

NEVER!!!! i'm terrified of heights and even this image gives me the creeps!!!

jeanette from everton terrace said...

Even with the lure of homemade fudge, I do not believe I could do it.
10 years ago maybe, but not anymore.

Dancing Branflake said...

I'd totally do it! I'd be freaked out the entire time but I'd do it!

Erica said...

Oh my! I got chills just looking at this bridge! After a lot of convincing I just might cross it ; )
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E. Charlotte said...

This looks fun! But I'm sure I'd be a bit nervous. My sister walked on something similar a few weeks ago in Costa Rica!

Tish said...

No way Jose! HUGE bridge phobia!

Diana Mieczan said...

Fantastic, Tiffany:) I LOVE that!

Justine said...

I'm going to Vancouver next week and I just saw this online last night, what a coincidence! My friend and I are thinking about doing it!

Sara said...

The Capilano Bridge! Oh yes, you must! (more beauty on the other side) Its "bouncy" because it is a suspension bridge. You find the best travel things Diana

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

Yes, but I would probably run!

Jo said...

This is crazy! I couldn't do it!

kelli g. { bug miscellany } said...

well i am just going to have to do this. if i can cross the Marien Bridge at the Neuschwanstein castle, during a snowstorm, i think i can cross any! :P

beautiful post!

Tsuki aka LittleGrayFox said...

I'm sure I'd try but I'd probably start freaking out if anyone else was walking on it and making it sway!

Sage Crown Parker said...

this i would most likely because i've watched pirates of the caribbean too many times and know they can, hehehee!! i'm sure it would feel amazing to be above the trees, it looks breathtaking!

Ann On and On... said...

While crying..... :) Yes, I would most likely cross it. I have been on a few suspension type bridges.

Marisa Seguin said...

I grew up in Vancouver but never managed to get around to doing this! These photos are gorgeous. Officially added to my to-do list for when I visit home this summer.

Marisa Seguin said...

They also have a fun Treetop Adventure area which is a series of bridges through the tree canopy! http://www.capbridge.com/treetops.php

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

I have dared!

Christianna said...

I need to do this! Gah, it looks so amazing! I love bridges like this, but I've never been on one this big. I'd probly freak out a little bit, but then just make it happen!

Anonymous said...

I live 15 minutes from this and have crossed it multiple times. its really not that bad.

laurenjeanallece said...

I am scared of heights but now I am DYING to do this! I need to get up to Vancouver!

Karena said...

I would be thrilled!

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amy b.s. said...

how cool! i have a feeling i would freak out a bit about half way across.

Mimi said...

i'd love to think that i would dare cross that bridge... ;)

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Roselie said...

I really really want to cross that bridge! Seems fascinating and the view totally worth it!

Kristina said...

Even being scared of heights I would - in fact I have already done. Not this bridge, but a similar one in the Swiss Alps, called Trift Bridge. It was amazing!!!! And scary. But mainly amazing :)

Eliza Jane said...

I've been on that bridge a number of times (I lived in Vancouver until just a few short months ago)! To be honest, it's beautiful, but it's not "wobbly" at all. It doesn't actually feel much different than a normal foot path.

I've also been on *real* suspension bridges, in Papua New Guinea (where I'm originally from). You know, where there are slats missing or they're rotting, and it's held together by STRING, there's no railing to hold onto, and you're fifty feet above a raging water fall, and it sways with the wind. Yep, I've been on lots of those; my father's idea of fun (he's lived in PNG for over 40 years). My idea of terror.

little t said...

Oooooooooh I don't know!

Polly said...

I'm absolutely terrified of heights - I can't even go more than a few floors up in buildings without feeling wobbly! So I think that's a no for me ;) x

1 Funky Woman said...

I'm terrified just looking at it! I would not be able to cross that even if you paid me! I hate heights and the fact that it's wobbly would do me in! It looks beautiful but no thanks!

Megan

Diana Mieczan said...

How cool, Justine! You should totally give it a go! Have fun:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Aww..Sara, you are so lovely! Thank you:) And Michelle, giggle:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Sage, I ADORE your comment:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Thanks for the link, Marisa. Im going to check it out right now:) And Eliza, Oh my goodness, those bridges sound incredible!!

Allie said...

Twice done - once when I was 8!
It's not that scary or wobbly, nice views.

(quite touristy, though... Better views of Grouse Mountain to do the walk, then take the gondola down (only $5!)

Diana Mieczan said...

Thanks for the awesome tip, Allie:)

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