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The World's Largest Christmas Trees Are In BC & They'll Be Twinkling From Top To Bottom

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The World's Largest Christmas Trees Are In BC & They'll Be Twinkling From Top To Bottom

If you love the holiday spirit, twinkling lights, and stunning nature scenes, you're going to fall be obsessed with these outstanding Christmas lights in Vancouver

Every year, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in North Vancouver gets totally decked out for the Canyon Lights display. 

As part of the display, the Treetops Adventure illuminates the eight largest Christmas trees in the world from top to bottom and you can stroll along twinkling boardwalks between them. 

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December 1 to January 3 Canyon Lights 

Of course, the suspension bridge is also a wonder to behold as it sparkles with colourful lights, suspending high above the ground below. 

Keep your eyes on the website for when tickets go on sale, which should be any day now as they say it will happen "early November." 

You can either buy day passes or annual passes if you live in the area and plan to go more than once. 

The lush forest and beautiful surroundings are stunning at all times of the year, but they really do hit different when they're all lit up. 

It's truly not the holidays in Vancouver until you visit this jaw-dropping display. 

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