Bridal Falls, BC

Bridal Falls BC is a highway services community, with several truck stops and restaurants. This small town is well-known for its amazing Bridal Veil Falls. Another impressive waterfalls nearby Bridal Falls is Flood Falls, whihc is only 10min away by car.

Hiking Trail to the Base of Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park - Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

August 4, 2011: Hiking trail to the base of Bridal Veil Falls



Standing at the Base of Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park - Chilliwack, BC, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

August 4, 2011: Standing at the base of Bridal Veil Falls

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The hiking trail head (parking lot) to Bridal Veil Falls is indicated by Green Arrow. The park is located on the south side of the Fraser River, 16 km east of Chilliwack. Take Exit 135 off Trans-Canada Highway 1 and follow the signs. The nearest communities, towns and cities are Bridal Falls and Chilliwack. For more information, visit BC Park website.



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6 thoughts on “Bridal Falls, BC

  1. Hi Samtsai. We did our day trip. Thanks to your site we went to Hells Gate, Alexandra Bridge into Hope Town (Rambo tour) then Othello Tunnels and lastly Flood Falls which due to recent weather was more of a trickle than a fall. It was too late to see Bridal Falls. We plan on going there next year and completing Othello Tunnels as due to structural damage only 2 of the 5 tunnels was open to the public. Really like your site and the adventures you have taken. Can you suggest other places for us to see for our next road trip which will be in the next couple of weeks? Been living here for nearly a year and love the outdoors. We have done a lot of North Van. Did the Sea to Sky highway over 3 weekends ending at Pemberton taking in all the sites along the way. We have visited Deep Cove and done a lot of the tourist attractions like Lynn Valley, Capilano, Grouse Grind, Norvan falls, Cypress Falls, Crystal Falls, Kennedy Falls, Garibaldi Lake etc. We love it. You have so many great places on your site I would be here all day trying to plan visits. If you could recommend some that are a couple of hours or so drive from Downtown Vancouver I would be grateful. Thank you

    • Oh…you went to some of the waterfalls I haven’t been to. Good to find out there are more. I’ll put them into my bucket list. :D

      You can either take ferry to Victoria (Vancouver Island), or drive down south to Bellingham. Mt. Baker Highway #542 from Bellingham can be a day trip or a weekend trip. There are waterfalls and glaciers along the way.

      • Thanks Samtsai. We’ll look into Bellingham and Mt. Baker Highway. I have seen your post about that and very interesting indeed.

  2. Hi Samtsai. Love your adventures particularly the Waterfalls. We are looking to go to Bridal Veil falls the Labour Day weekend and thanks to your site will be checking out Flood Falls too. Can you please me if there are more falls near and/or lovely trails (not too challenging) . We live in Downtown Vancouver and will be hiring a car for the day. Thank you Paul

    • Bridal Falls and Flood Falls are near each other. Both trails are short and relatively flat. If you can’t find Flood Falls, go to the tourist info centre at community Hope and they will guide you. There are lots of interesting chain-saw carving sculptures in Hope. If you do visit Hope, you can also go to its Othello Tunnel.

      Those two waterfalls are the only big ones in that region.

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