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The two RV Gypsies hiked to Bridal Veil Falls
in British Columbia, Canada
July 10, 2015
perfect day sign

Bridal Veil Falls is located about 20 minutes west of the City of Hope, along Highway 1 at the base of Mount Cheam inside Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park. Bridal Veil Falls is often just called Bridal Falls.

sign: Bridal Falls

the trail to Bridal Veil Falls

Below: Karen took photos from both sides of the little bridge.

bridge and creek

small creek

A short hike (a half hour return) took the two RV Gypsies along a lush trail lined with ferns, moss, and picturesque woods with great looking trees and small streams of water.

beautiful tree on the trail

tree roots and a small stream

Lee paused to enjoy the view from another little bridge.

Lee Duquette

a mini waterfall

The path was easy to walk on, but at times quite steep. Funny how the path looks so level in the photos though.

the steep trail

the steep trail

The falls are 60 meters high and as the water cascades over the smooth rock face, a veil-like effect is created. The falls are viewed from a platform and the sign warns people not to proceed beyond the fence.

hazardous area sign

hazardous area sign and Bridal Veil Falls

 Bridal Veil Falls  Bridal Veil Falls

Lots of logs are at the bottom of the falls. The photo below shows the view as the falls continue down stream.

logs and  Bridal Veil Falls

water from the falls become a stream

The stream from the waterfall

stream

stream

Below: Lee thought the tree roots looked like worms or snakes.

tree roots

The two RV Gypsies

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The two RV Gypsies

The two RV Gypsies walked back to the park entrance and found a picnic table and enjoyed their lunch near the creek.

picnic spot

picnic spot

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