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Plunging 620 feet (189 meters), Bridalveil Fall is often the first waterfall you’ll see when entering Yosemite Valley. In spring, it thunders; during the rest of the year, look for its characteristic light, swaying flow. A paved trail leads from the parking area to the base of this waterfall, which flows year-round. Although paved, this is trail is not wheelchair accessible due to its grade.
This 0.5 mile round-trip will take you about 20 minutes. While the hike itself is easy, in the winter it can get icy.
Start at the Bridalveil Fall parking area. There is a paved trail which will take you to the year-round waterfall.
Dogs are allowed and must be on leash.