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Bridal Veil Falls State Park, Corbett
(4.7/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Bridal Veil Falls is a waterfall located on Bridal Veil Creek in the Columbia River Gorge in Multnomah County, Oregon, United States.The Historic Columbia River Highway passes over Bridal Veil Falls on a bridge. From a parking lot on the highway, a winding footpath and another bridge lead to a vantage point for the falls. The falls consists of two cascades in quick succession along angling rockfaces, so when there is a good amount of water the falls looks very much like its namesake.There is a post office in the nearby community of Bridal Veil. Many couples have their wedding invitations shipped there in order to have the town's postmark applied to them.
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  • We had never been along this road on the Columbia River so it was a very nice diversion. Literally several (seven) falls along this route. Bridle Veil was the first we saw because the road was closed ...  more »
  • you can catch of glimpse, but only a glimpse, from the road as you pass by in your car or however you're traveling; but for a good photo or just a moment of reflection you must park and get out and ta...  more »
  • the hike down (and back up) to the falls was one of the more grueling ones (hey, we are an older couple). The falls are two-tiered and very high, you can't get too near them easily. I would skip this ...  more »
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  • Fun quick hike to see the falls. Not too difficult. Nice scenery. Some of the steps were missing and the dropoff from the last step was quite severe.
  • An easy, but very pretty hike, maybe 1/2 mile or less, gets you to a very nice falls. There's good places to view as well. There are picnic benches in the park as well, but parking can get cramped in the summer (it's close to Multnomah Falls). A very nice stop-off if you're traveling I-84.
  • Loved this place!! It was raining like a mofo but the Falls were spectacular!! Careful where you walk!
  • Beautiful waterfall. The hike down is slightly steep but still very doable for all age groups. Going back up there are benches for people to rest if needed. Worth the stop.
  • Absolutely beautiful view. The trail to view the falls is short. There is another trail that is away from the falls but gives great views of the Columbia River. Restrooms are near the parking lot.