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Bridal Veil Falls, Provo

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Must see · Waterfall · Nature / Park
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Bridal Veil Falls is a 607-foot-tall (185 m) double cataract waterfall in the south end of Provo Canyon, close to US189 in Utah, United States. Battle Creek Falls is on the same mountain side, approximately 10 miles north of Bridal Veil Falls.
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  • Hubby and I drove into Provo Canyon and didn't have any difficulty finding these falls. They're right off the road and up high, 2 levels at least. We pulled off and parked and found the trail up... 
    Hubby and I drove into Provo Canyon and didn't have any difficulty finding these falls. They're right off the road and up high, 2 levels at least. We pulled off and parked and found the trail up...  more »
  • You canot miss this waterfalls. You need to view it from a distance and up close. The parking can be limited, but worth it. 
    You canot miss this waterfalls. You need to view it from a distance and up close. The parking can be limited, but worth it.  more »
  • I've visited Bridal Veil Falls many times but I finally took the time to hike up the steep trail to the base of the second level of falls. It's not a long hike, but you will need to take a break or.....  more
    I've visited Bridal Veil Falls many times but I finally took the time to hike up the steep trail to the base of the second level of falls. It's not a long hike, but you will need to take a break or.....  more »
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  • Beautiful!!! Took a wee hike. Watched the water race under the bridge. Very nice getaway.
  • Great experience and worth the visit . Make sure you view the falls from both view points. Pool water is fun for the children to play in and throw stones, but water is cold. Great story behind the falls, read and let your mind imagine.
  • Beautiful falls along U.S. route 189. Passed through at the beginning of February here while on a trip to see the Ice Castles in Midway and this was a very nice side stop during the trip. The snow and frozen sections of some of the falls made it even more breath taking! Well worth the stop!!
  • Beautiful water falls and the colors during the fall are breath taking! Take a ride or walk down the trail that connects, or fly fish in the stream!! You’ll love it!
  • My daughter and I, went and climbed the some of the numerous trails available and reached the top. What an incredible experience. Memories, for forever.

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