- a waterfall in Yosemite National Park, California. 620 feet (189 meters) high.
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A long detour to the southeast now takes us into the Bridalveil Creek Basin.
First seen and most graceful is the Bridalveil, dropping daintily 620 feet at the right portal of the great valley gate.
Between them is Nature's threshold, the brilliantly verdant Bridalveil Meadows, dotted with dark green pines and oaks.
Three of the five falls, the Bridalveil, Yosemite and Illilouette, leap from hanging valleys into the main canyon.
The road now passes near Bridalveil Fall, charming glimpses of which are now and then revealed.