Bridal Veil Falls is a beautiful, natural waterfall in scenic Provo Canyon. The falls is approximately 600 feet tall and consists of a double-cataract waterfall. It's easily accessible with a paved trail, part of the Provo River Parkway, that connects the parking lot to the base of the falls. Open year-round, this popular waterfall area is easily visible to the south of US Highway 189.
The path to the falls includes picnic tables with barbecue grills, mature shade trees, and grassy picnic spots. This area is very popular, particularly during the summer months. The trail is dog friendly, but dogs must be leashed. The trail is multi-user and two-directional, so please recreate responsibly, clean up after yourself and your pets, and share the path with other users.
The Provo River Parkway runs parallel to the stunning Provo River through Provo Canyon.
Fun historical note: The Bridal Veil Falls Tram was destroyed in an avalanche in 1996 and no longer operates. The tram is permanently closed.