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Bridal Veil Falls, Provo

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web

Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon is one of the most unique places to visit in Utah. At 607 feet, it is the tallest waterfall in Utah and one of the tallest in the United States. Because of its easy access – right on U.S. Highway 189 – more than one million people come to visit and enjoy the Falls each year. In fact, Bridal Veil Falls gets more visitors annually than Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. A GRASSROOTS ENTITY was organized as a grassroots entity to collaboratively solve problems and create solutions for Bridal Veil Falls and its greater area. It’s designed to act as the foremost group for positive change and growth in the area and is committed to improving the Falls and its surroundings.
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  • We walked this trail in October. The fall colors are changing and the weather was unbelievably perfect; still warm but crisp in the mornings. The falls were beautiful. Trails are well kept and clean. ...  read more »
  • We had a lovely 15 mile recumbent trike ride to bridal veil falls. The Provo parkway trail led us right to the falls. The fall colors were breathtaking. I could not stop taking photos. There is a trai...  read more »
  • This is a really high falls and unlike its namesake in yosemite valley this one lasts all year round.Parking for photos is easy about halfway up provo canyon. 
  • Beautiful, well known waterfall up the heart of Provo canyon. Great "hike" with little ones as the path is paved and quite short (my two year old had no problems making the distance) and you're rewarded with a lovely view. The place gets pretty busy on the weekend, but it's worth it especially in the spring.
  • Free parking, free views, and free spectating a beautiful series of waterfalls that require zero hiking to access (at the base). There is even a fish food dispenser (bring quarters) and the food lures huge rainbow trout! No fishing allowed! Bring the bikes because there is a paved bike trail with beautiful, lush trees lining the path. The Provo river runs alongside the path and the base of the waterfall so be mindful of your little ones so they don't wander off too far.
  • Beautiful water fall. Easy hike up to the fall. I went on a monday so it wasn't all that busy. Only about 3 other people up there. Its right off the highway so if your passing definitely worth the stop. You can make It up take some cool pics and be back in you're car in 30 minutes.
  • Such amazing scenery that shouldn't be missed! You can see the falls from the road but when you get up close you see the enormity of the cliff walls and the beauty of the river and vegetation.
  • Awesome hike up! Went to just under the first falls. Some parts are an actual climb but not too bad. Really enjoyed it. The park and casual trail are always nice to walk after an early dinner.
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