Bridalveil Falls in Yosemite National Park is a 617 foot tall waterfall that flows year-round. The Bridalveil Falls Trail is a highly-trafficked 0.9 mile out-and-back hike and is an easy and accessible for anyone visiting Yosemite. Bridalveil Falls is one of the first sights upon entering Yosemite Valley on Southside Drive is well worth the visit. Bridalveil Falls is the result of ancient glaciers that carved out valleys high above Yosemite Valley, thus creating Bridalveil Creek, which spills down as Bridalveil Falls.
Parking can be found anywhere along Southside Drive in Yosemite Valley and the trail is mostly flat.
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