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Bridal Veil Falls is beautiful and you can scramble over some rocks to get really close. You can even go in the water near the falls which is freezing! One of the few falls currently open in the Columbia river gorge along with Multnomah and...More
It was quite a trek to get up to them but well worth it!!! This was one of three falls we saw this day and definitely the most spectacular!!! Lots of rocks and steps to climb on. Quite a long walk but the path had...More
We heard about Bridal Veil Falls from a volunteer at Crown Point, so we decided to take the scenic drive (about 7 miles) to find it. The road is rather curvy, but we enjoyed driving along the tree-lined route. There is a parking lot, although...More
Very nice waterfall but does require a short hike. Some parts of the trail are a bit steep. Easy going down but can be a workout on the return trip. Nice bridge and stream at the bottom. No fee required. Good parking area. Nice park.
We were on a very hot (triple-digit) day when Multnomah Falls parking lot was full and the wait for a shuttle was a horrifying 90 minutes. Instead, we elected to go to this pretty miniature version where we could get a parking spot immediately! The...More
This is a beautiful falls. It was a hike, but if I can do it, pretty much anyone can do it. I did have to stop for a couple of minutes climbing back up. If you have a disability or a baby in a stroller...More
The hike was up and down and around. But once we arrived at the Falls... it was wondrous. Not as high as Multnomah Falls, but lots of mist. There is something captivating about standing there lost in the falls.
On our way to view Multnomah Falls, we were distracted by the signs offering a visit to Bridal Veil Falls State Park. We opted to pay a visit there, and were able to score a parking space at the trailhead. The trail is steep in...More
Nice walk to the beautiful falls. It's not stroller friendly so we decided to carry our younger one (11-mo-old) in a baby carrier and the older one (2-yr-old) was able to walk all the way. Beautiful walk surrounded by the nature. Finding a parking spot...More