Bridal Veil Falls
East of Chilliwack on Highway 1, BC
604-924-2200 Fax: 604-924-2244
The country's sixth highest waterfall cascades from a height of 122 metres.
|Getting There |||Travel south over Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge across the highway #1 overpass or take Exit #135 from the TransCanada Highway and follow the signs.|
|Open May to October;|
Profile Last Updated: June 11, 2008
Aptly named because of its white curtain-like waters cascading the side of 2,107-metre (6,911-foot) Mount Cheam, Bridal Veil Falls is one of Chilliwack's most popular destinations. Gushing down from a height of 122 metres (400 feet), the famous waterfall is also the nation's sixth highest.
Park with a View
Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park provides the best vantage point to the falls. It lies at the foot of the natural attraction and it only takes a 20-minute trek from the parking lot to get there. The scenic 32-hectare (79-acre) park is also an excellent site for family picnics.
Other Sites to Behold
After taking in the sights, why not take a look at other attractions the Bridal Falls community has to offer? Visit Dinotown's playful and petrified dinosaurs, release pent-up road rage at Bridal Falls Bumper Boats, wet your pants at the Trans-Canada Water Slides, and ogle the landscape from the Hells Gate Airtram.