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Bridal Veil Falls

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Bridal Veil Falls

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Alex W wrote a review Oct. 2020
65 contributions11 helpful votes
The parking space at the fall on hwy 540 can only accommodate around 6 vehicles. There is a platform next to the parking lot overlooking the fall. There is also a steel stair walkway leading down to the fall but unfortunately it was close due to covid. So we decided to keep driving north onto main street for about 800m to a large parking lot at the war memorial park. From there we follow the kagawong river trail back the the bottom of the bridal veil fall. The trial is a short and easy walk which is good after we took long trial walks for the last 5 days. The fall is not a big one but quite nice and peaceful. We also saw fishes swimming in the pool at the fall bottom and also fishes trying to swim upstream against the water flow and rocks to reach the pool. If you are driving to manitoulin island from espanola in the north, do not forget to visit the visitor center once you cross the bridge into Little Current where you can get the map and information.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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billy v wrote a review Oct. 2020
Wellandport, Canada24 contributions1 helpful vote
Its cool but.... Its not worth driving 20 miles out of the way for. The cup and saucer trail is definately worth it though.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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SaucerEyes wrote a review Oct. 2020
Toronto, Canada27 contributions15 helpful votes
Overhyped. I guess it's a nice stopover while you're visiting the beautiful little town of Kagawong, but I wouldn't make the trip just to see it. The hiking in the area is fine, though there are much better trails elsewhere. And the falls themselves are not that big or picturesque. I guess the two things about the falls that are interesting are 1) you can go behind them to take pictures (though if you go at a time when there are lots of people, there's a lineup that just isn't worth it for me); and 2) you see the dead salmon floating around that swam upstream to the falls (morbid, but a fascinating nature sight).
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Heatpilk wrote a review Oct. 2020
Bowmanville, Canada255 contributions16 helpful votes
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A must go back... beautiful stunning views!! A short hike with gorgeous views the whole way! Many different little waterfalls along the way! We went in the fall and the colours were vibrant but I bet it is just as beautiful in every different season.... love how u can walk under the falls!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Mary M wrote a review Sep. 2020
St. Catharines, Canada58 contributions9 helpful votes
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Nice place to visit. You can go right up behind the falls as well. The path leading to the falls was nice with water flowing from everywhere. It was quite tranquil.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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