Photograph Bridal Veil Falls
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Added by Eric Bennett
Bridal Veil in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache is a huge picturesque waterfall (you will probably get wet).
Heading on Provo Canyon Rd the waterfall is just on the right hand side. You will see a sign that says "Bridal Veil" to turn in and park at the falls. At the falls you can hike up a bit to get closer to the waterfall but you will get sprayed quite a bit. Usually a few people there take photos at bottom. The falls also create a great spot to relax and hang out for a bit. It's never a bad idea to bring a bite with you.
The falls are also a great place to stop off at when heading into the canyon to do some hiking, backpacking or climbing. To get an up close look, it isn't a strenuous or challenging hike, it's more of a relaxed place where you can snap a few pics and hang out.
During the winter on the other hand, the falls completely freeze over which attracts quite a few people to do ice pick climbing.
- Camera (be careful of water/ mist)
- Snacks/ lunch
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Easy hike/walk. Usually you'll find people look at the falls with you. I love taking my dog and just walking around the area. there is a little stream (not the river) coming from the falls where we made some paper boats, colored them, then raced them down the stream. It was fun! (we cleaned up the boats after of course...)
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