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Bridal Veil Falls Waterfall, Chilliwack

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Trek through the lush mountain valleys to see Bridal Veil Falls Waterfall, standing at 122 m (400 ft) high. The water cascades over a wide rock face, creating a "veil-like" effect in the form of a flowing white mist of water. The hike among the raw natural forest is relatively easy for all ages. Stop for a picnic and take time to notice the birds of the region, including singing thrush, black-throated gray warbler, and red-breasted nuthatches. Watch your footing at the base of the waterfall, as it is a hazardous area. Use our Chilliwack trip builder to add Bridal Veil Falls Waterfall and other attractions to your Chilliwack vacation plans.
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  • There are not many people here in March. The water volume is quite large and so the falls were quite impressive. Quiet afternoon for a walk and a quick break from the car.  more »
  • awesome me and my mom and my sister went. long but fabulous AND THATS WHY I LOVE THE HUGE WATERFALL really long drive but worth it really worth it  more »
  • Stopped in on our way back from calgary. Was travelling with my 6 and 8 year old kids. Was a bit of a climb, trails aren't smooth by any means. Kids loved it, great place to run after sitting in the c...  more »
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  • This is a well marked site and it's right off the freeway. There are a number of parking spots. A word of warning --- although the trails are very safe, both from animals and boogeymen, there are reports, every so often, of theft from vehicles. So, lock your stuff up and don't leave things visible. On really hot days, the shade in this area offers a welcome respite. There are a number of picnic benches around. The trek up to the falls isn't more than a half hour, but you do feel it if you are out of shape. The incline is pretty good. It can be a slick area if there's been rain, since there's moss in the area, so have proper foot gear. This isn't the time to look like one of the Real Housewives of Whatever.
  • Bridal Falls is a great little hike to a beautiful waterfall. The drive is not too far from the upper fraser valley. We enjoy taking people from out of town out to see the natural beauty of BC and this is an easy and fun way to do it. Also, your 2 and 4 year old boys love to play along the trails.
  • It is all so natural. Untouched nature. Short hike to a wonderful vista.
  • Beautiful park. Fairly easy walk up to falls. Path follows the stream, so sights and sounds are equally lovely.
  • Really scenic views. The best part of the Bridal Falls park is behind a warning site that warns off visitors. It's a steep and tricky climb for some, but it is very picturesque.