Bridal Veil Falls is a beautiful Provincial Park in the Fraser Valley about 16 km East of Chilliwack. It’s a day-use park with an attractive picnic area and an impressive 60 metre high waterfall.
Bridal Veil Falls
The park at Bridal Veil Falls is just 32 hectares in size, and the walk from the parking lot to the falls is only about 15 minutes. Dogs are permitted when on a leash.
The trail to the waterfall is fairly level and follows the river through the forest, making it a pretty walk. Bridal Veil Falls makes for a nice place for a break when traveling to and from Vancouver in the direction of Hope and other parts of the interior of BC along the Trans-Canada Highway.
Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park is 16 kilometres east of Chilliwack. From the Trans-Canada Highway, take Exit 135. You need a car to get there.
The 15-minute walk from the parking lot to the waterfall is uphill a fair. It’s not steep, but still fairly consistently uphill so more than what most people would want to push a stroller or wheelchair up (although you can get there without having to take any stairs).