2.5 miles west of Highlands on U.S. 64. Visible from the highway, which at one time routed traffic under the falls, which you can still drive behind if you choose to do so which I recommend doing, but don't park there, instead park on the north side off the side of the road. The name is very appropriate as the stream of water coming down looks like a bridal veil. Driving behind the falls is similar to a drive thru of a McDonalds with a spectatular view. When you park your car, you can walk up to the hole in the ground in which the water is falling into as well as walk behind the falls but be careful of the cars driving under it which they do very slowly to experience it. Don't leave the falls till you walk across the two lane highway and climb over the barrier which is managable with little effort. What I feel is the more spectatular view is from this vantage point as you see the water flowing down the side of the mountain across the rocks. I got some nice pics but have not downloaded and converted them from Raw to JPG yet, after I do I will upload some here.
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