Added by Jared Beeler

Beautiful 100 foot falls right off the road.

Bridal Veil Falls is located directly off of the road and is about a 100 feet tall in total. The falls makes for a great place to take pictures under the water falls. The falls itself is small and flows constant all year long getting to the bottom of the falls is not recommended because it is dangerous and slippery. You can cross the road to see the falls from the other side of the guard rail but you will need to be cautious of cars because it is a very curvy road and you can not see the cars coming. This is a beautiful area because of the many water falls. There are also other falls in the area the most famous of which is Dry Falls which has a nice picnic area.

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