Bridalveil Fall

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Bri·dal·veil Fall

A waterfall, 189 m (620 ft) high, in Yosemite National Park in east-central California.
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The closures will be between Canyon Glen Part and Vivian Park including the Bridal Veil Falls area and Nunn's Park.
Beauty Yosemite Valley with Bridal Veil Falls gave David Morrow second place
Le Voile de la Mariee (Bridal Veil Falls) in the Salazie region was the crowning highlight of our excursion on Reunion.
But after exhilarating canoe trips with Craig on Lake Huron, bracing swims and getting pummeled beneath the island's own 35ft Bridal Veil Falls, the comforts of the Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Center were the remedy I craved.
When I opened my eyes, what a magnificent sight greeted me-the light of dawn peeping from behind towering mountains completely covered with pine trees, and the Bridal Veil Falls cascading down from the top.
The planned zip line attraction, at an estimated $50 per ride, will embark from the Grand View Market in Queen Victoria Park and, while making a high speed descent, carry harnessed passengers across the face of the American and Bridal Veil Falls, landing at the base of the former Ontario Power Company's generating station in the Niagara Gorge facing the Horseshoe Falls--some 2200 feet from the embarkation point.
Canada's Horseshoe Falls are the longest with a 2,600 foot brink, while the connected American and Bridal Veil falls have a 1,060 foot brink.
The smaller American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls are on the U.S.
There are three waterfalls at Niagara Falls, the American Falls, the Bridal Veil Falls and the largest and most spectacular - the Horseshoe Falls.
Casper announced today the release of his fifth novel, Massacre at Bridal Veil Falls, published by Outskirts Press.
The setting was truly idyllic: A 15-minute hike took me through untouched forest to the lovely Bridal Veil Falls, amid the calm stillness of nature and early morning bird calls, during a recent trip to New Zealand.
There are, in fact, three huge waterfalls here: American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and Canadian/Horseshoe Falls - the latter being the most photographed by holidaymakers and tourists.