Some of the world's tallest Christmas trees are actually located in Canada and they are absolutely breathtaking. Standing at 110 feet, these Douglas Firs are currently the eight tallest Christmas trees in the whole world, according to their website.
The Christmas trees are located in Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver, B.C. Every year, Capilano Suspension Bridge hosts a winter lights festival called Canyon Lights for the Christmas season and the entire park gets completely decked out with twinkling lights.
It might just be one of the most magical light shows you've ever seen. The park is home to several tall Douglas firs, which get transformed into huge Christmas trees for the holidays.
You can experience the spectacular 110-foot Christmas trees on Capilano Suspension Bridge Park's Treetops Adventure, which takes you through seven suspension bridges that are magically decorated with tons of lights for the holidays and connected by the 250-year-old Douglas-firs with viewing platforms.
The massive Christmas trees aren't the only magical attraction at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. There are several light displays and decorations that will make you feel like you're walking in a holiday wonderland.
The 27-acre park is home to beautiful wonders, and each and every one gets lit up with glowing lights for Canyon Lights. There is a 450-foot long and 230-foot tall suspension bridge that transforms into a magically lit up walkway. The park is also home to Cliffwalk, which is a cantilevered walkway that clings to the side of a cliff and gives you views of the surrounding forest and canyons.
Check out some of the photos of Canyon Lights and see for yourself how it is the definition of holiday goals.
Canyon Lights is now up and running at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. It runs from November 22nd, 2018 to January 27th, 2019. You can buy tickets online in advance or at the gate. Entrance is $46.95 for adults and $34.95 for students, and if you're a B.C. resident, admission comes with a complimentary annual pass!
For more information on Canyon Lights and the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, you can visit their website.