Monday, March 30, 2015

Video of Yosemite’s popular Bridalveil Fall

Among the many iconic sights of Yosemite National Park is the famed Bridalveil Fall.

Bridalveil Fall drops 620 feet – the height of a 62-story building – on Yosemite Valley’s southern wall, between Cathedral Rocks and the Leaning Tower. When wind blows the waterfall’s mist sideways, it resembles a bridal veil. It’s the highest waterfall in the national park that flows year-round

Here’s a brief video showing Bridalveil Fall:

A few great trails to see Bridalveil Fall from include:
g Artist Point Trail
g Bridalveil Fall Trail
g Yosemite Valley West Loop

Learn about trail guidebooks available in the Hittin’ the Trail series.