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My wife and I had an easy walk to these falls from the car park. We had an enjoyable walk but there were hordes of other people. After reaching the end of the trail quite a few people scrambled over rocks to get closed to...More
This is a good place to start if you just got in to the park. Springtime of course is the best. You might want to bring a waterproof windbreaker or poncho/camera protection if the falls are really going. It can be a bit crowded, so...More
In July 2018, we were entering to Yosemite National park from Fresno by Yarts bus when the Bus driver showed us this falls. A tiny one and we were impressed. It has 600ft fall, much less compared to Yosemite Falls(2425ft) but it was our first...More
Obviously not that great if water levels are low (late August) almost not existent - once you park at the lot be sure you walk at the fork uphill and don't continue straight over the bridge the signs and map were not clear at least...More
I had never been to Yosemite before and I was not disappointed. It took nearly an hour to find parking that day because the park was very busy but it was all worth it. We visited these falls as part of our amazing hike through...More
There is always plenty of people here, which means a lot of vehicles also. Be patient and take your time. It is worth the short walk to the falls.
There are longer hikes for those who want a bit more, but the walk to the...More
Parking area at the site has dug out type restrooms. The walk up to the falls is mostly under trees in the shade and is ramp like so very accessible. Takes around 10 minutes. Water flow was variable sometime it would look like a waterfall...More
Bridalveil Falls is located at the far western end of Yosemite Valley. Use the map that is provided when you pay your entrance fee. After you walk up & view Bridalveil Fall, drive on to the Valley, park, and use the free... More
Bridalveil Falls is located at the far western end of Yosemite Valley. Use the map that is provided when you pay your entrance fee. After you walk up & view Bridalveil Fall, drive on to the Valley, park, and use the free shuttle and your feet for the remainder of your Yosemite Valley tourism. Don't try to drive around the Valley.