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A Weekend Outing to Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil waterfalls in winter, Utah

This is my first hiking in the snow to Bridal Veil Falls. I had no idea about snowshoes either. Praveen and I decided to go to the spot and then on seeing the snow conditions, we decided to hike. It was icy in some places. Bridal Veil Falls is a short easy hike to the base of the falls. You can also check my other blog post for hiking the Battlecreek falls in snow here.

Hiking trail

We clicked so many snaps even though we were shivering in the cold. It is obvious that the gloves made it even worse to use the camera comfortably.

Stream on the side of the trail.

The falls –

We spent few minutes at the base of the falls and as there was so much snow all around we did not hike further up. The falls was partially frozen with hardly any water flowing.

Close up
Opposite side of the Falls.

Huge chunks of ice at the base

Quick Notes –

  • Hike Type: Easy Kid friendly hike
  • Total time required to hike comfortably: 1 hour in snow maybe lesser otherwise.
  • Total distance: ~ 1.5 miles RT
  • Dogs: On leash but I did see few dogs off leash too
  • Kid friendly: yes
  • Best time: Open year round (I went in winter and it was awesome)
  • Washrooms: No
  • Timings: Dawn to Dusk
  • Wheelchair accessible: Yes.
  • Parking: Free Parking and easy to find a spot.

Thank for visiting! If you have any questions / suggestions / feedback, you can comment below or send me an email. I would love to hear back from you.

Have a nice day!



6 thoughts on “A Weekend Outing to Bridal Veil Falls

  1. Hiking in the snow and ice can be as much fun as it can be a little on the risky side! As this post proves you get some amazing photos in to the bargain as well 🙂

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