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The festive 152 feet tall Douglas fir is the tallest Christmas tree this season.
At 152 feet tall, the Capilano Suspension Bridge’s festive Douglas fir is the tallest living Christmas tree (and twice the height of Rockefeller Center’s famous holiday spruce). Ten thousand lights twinkle merrily on its branches, the product of more than 50 man-hours of decorating dedication, and a sight as awe-inspiring as the sprawling canyon below.