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Nestled in the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge, Bridal Veil Falls is a charming two-tiered waterfall resembling a bride’s veil. This travel guide provides essentials for planning your visit to this stunning Oregonian natural wonder.

History

Bridal Veil Falls cascades in two tiers, at a total height of 118 feet, creating a picturesque scene. The town of Bridal Veil, established within proximity, was once a bustling lumber town until the mill’s closure in the 20th century.

How to Get There

Easily accessible, Bridal Veil Falls lies about 30 miles from Portland. Located just off the Historic Columbia River Scenic Byway, it makes for a beautiful drive with many other waterfalls nearby.

List of Attractions

  • The captivating two-tiered flow of Bridal Veil Falls.
  • The 0.6-mile Bridal Veil Falls trail that offers an exceptional view of the Columbia River along with the falls.
  • Bridal Veil Falls State Scenic Viewpoint, a Secret Garden, down a path from the car park that offers picnic tables and restrooms.

Ticket Information

There’s no admission fee to visit Bridal Veil Falls. However, visitors should check whether parking permits are needed.

Tips for Visiting

  • Wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for a moderately steep hike down to the falls.
  • Visit on weekdays or mornings to avoid large crowds.
  • Driving in the fall offers splendid colors along the scenic byway.
  • Remember to pack a picnic to enjoy at the viewpoint.
  • Be mindful and respect the natural environment, ensuring not to leave any trash behind.

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