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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Bridal Veil Falls Waterfall by using our Chilliwack route planner .
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  • We end up accidentally on this parking lot, where we have lunch. Large, spacious P, perfect for a motorhome, with views of the Bridal Veil Falls. That are now just sees as impressive, but if you left on the P a piece enters the forest, you come in 2 minutes at the Panther Falls ... Wow.. that thunders out there with a lot of violence down. For people with Vertigo, do not walk too much to the right where you have a good view on the waterfall, because you look so the depth in!!
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  • Beautiful to see and only just off the main highway- Bit of a walk but well worth it- nothing beats coming back down  more »
  • The Bridal Veil Falls can be partly seen from the Highway #1 but you must stop and do the hike in to appreciate the full beauty. The directions are well marked and there is lots of parking. The trail ...  more »
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  • The falls are pretty and make a nice stop on the Trans-Canada Highway. However, I suggest not parking your rental car too near the start of the path / toilet block as a lot of buses seem to pull up here- while I was there a school bus reversed into a parked SUV! (Same applies to all scenic spot car parks)
  • Easy to take a turn off here and have a break from driving on Hwy 1. It's a steep walk to the falls, which indeed were very pretty with the recent rains. Plenty of picnic tables next to a mountain stream. Decent washroom in the main block. I enjoyed the falls on the way to Whistler and at Campbell River (Elk Falls) more.
  • Amazing falls. Two ways to get up the viewing point. Left trail has stairs for easy access. There are few picnic tables near parking space. If you are near Harrison Hot Springs it's a must see place. You'll love it.
  • Absolutely loved the (very easy!) hike to get to Bridal Veil Falls. We visited in June 2016 and it was not overly busy. A short hike to some gorgeous waterfalls and a lovely forest experience.
  • Short diversion off Fraser Highway takes you to this small park. Easy parking and toilets. Short uphill walk to base of falls gives you nice exercise and good view at the end. Good place for a picnic lunch.

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