|BC PARKS SERIES: We’ve partnered with BC Parks to showcase a different provincial park each month. This month, our featured park is located just east of Rosedale. PLACE: Bridal Veil Provincial Park (CLICK FOR MAP) LOCATION: City of Chilliwack, B.C.|
Bridal Veil Falls is the 38th highest waterfall in the province and is named after its similarity to – you guessed it – a bride’s veil. The falls are the crown jewel of Bridal Veils Provincial Park, towering 122 metres (400 feet) down a giant rock face.
In the summer, the water rushes down, fueled by Mount Archibald. But, come winter, the waterfall turns to sharp shards of ice and can be quite a spectacle on especially cold days.
On the next nice day, grab a picnic lunch, then hit Bridal Veil Falls for some great views and peace of mind. Here’s a little video shot this spring at Bridal Falls: