Bridal Veil hike

Bridal Veil hike opinie, Telluride

Bridal Veil hike
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LocalVisitor844
Aspen32 contributions
Great Starting Hike Upon Arrival in Town
paź 2020
Although there was very little water falling from Bridal Veil Falls to follow up, it was the perfect starting hike to our weekend in Telluride. Loved getting my heart rate up and to get above the town for perspective. Well marked.
Written 29 października 2020
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872rr
Savannah, GA49 contributions
Tough hike, in the mud
wrz 2020
This is new "trail" that was completed in 2019. The old way to the Bridal Veil falls was an unpaved road, so easier. It had snowed 2 days previously and this really tight, uphill climb was quite challenging due to the slick mud. Still worth it, but keep an eye on the trail conditions.
Written 25 września 2020
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SDB-Viajero
Boulder, Kolorado78 contributions
Amazing hike on new trail
wrz 2020
Get there early so you can grab a parking spot & then head up the brand-new trail to slowly ascend through the trees, boulders, smaller falls/grottos, etc., to reach Bridal Falls. If you can, head all the way up to the old mining house. A beautiful hike!
Written 20 września 2020
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tyegator
Gainesville, Floryda341 contributions
Amazing new hike
sie 2020
The new trail is phenomenal! So glad we heard about it and had the opportunity to experience it. Lots of photos. Curious about the names of the other 2 waterfalls. The first was our favorite, we hit it just as the sun was breaking over the mountains and lighting the top.
Going beyond the base and up the road switchbacks wasn't really worth it to me, unless we could have gone all the way to Silver Lake apparently. The house at the top is the power plant referred to by others and the view really isn't much different.
Written 27 sierpnia 2020
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J Travel
Tennessee254 contributions
Very easy hike for Telluride
sie 2020 • Pary
With the steepness of the surrounding mountains this is the most scenic and easily accessible trail. At the parking lot you have two options: take the wooded trail to bridal veil falls or walk the road. If you want shade or it’s raining take the wooded trail. There is also a second small waterfall on the wooded trail you will miss if you hike the road. The road may be a little longer in distance but it is much easier. If hiking with kids take the road. The wooded trail has a lot of twist and turns and steep spots. Either way both will get you to the bottom of the falls and from there if you want to keep going up you must hike the road to the power station at the top of the falls.
Good luck!
Written 26 sierpnia 2020
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Julie B
Dallas, Teksas10 contributions
Mom trips up the mountain; slips down
sie 2020
If you've hiked, you've probably hiked a Bridal Veil hike. There is one in Oregon, Idaho Springs, Yosemite, the Rocky Mountains...anywhere the falls splits into a filmy curtain. This hike is a struggle to climb. We made it 950 feet of the 1,368 before Mom, who is 58 but in excellent shape for a 58-year-old, could keep her footing. Actually going down the trail was slower than going up. The old bag could haul herself up the mountain, but had trouble not slipping on the way down.

At one point, she was actually sliding down the mountain uncontrollably crying. Just embarrassing. "Good job" we told her. Sat her down until her legs stopped wobbling. She made it with only a scraped shin from walking into a tree.
Written 14 sierpnia 2020
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Jim S
Austin, Teksas306 contributions
Worth It!
sie 2020 • Dla rodziny
New trail this season so you do not have to hike on the road anymore to the bottom of the falls. This New trail goes through the forest and trees. Very scenic! We hiked it in 2:40 with about 25 minutes at the bottom of the falls. We had an 8 year and had no problems. To me this is the most scenic hike in Telluride. Go for it!
Written 3 sierpnia 2020
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Jen
Bakersfield, Kalifornia40 contributions
Good, solid hike
lip 2020
This was a good, solid hike to do with the family. Took about 2 hours round trip to do this hike. My kids like hiking through the woods and it was also well shaded throughout the hike.
Written 28 lipca 2020
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Matthew S
Denver, Kolorado67 contributions
Beautiful Frozen Falls!
paź 2019
Came to Telluride in October during shoulder season. I will be honest and say that we did not hike up to the falls, but rather drove in our CR-V to the base of the falls and up to the power plant. The road was 75% snow covered with slight patches of ice, manageable with any 4x4 or all-wheel drive. The road has plenty of switchbacks, which would make the hike more manageable, but won't comment on the "hike" any further. The falls are neat when frozen; lots of debris from storms have caused a more dramatic base for the falls. The falls from the top at the power plant are very deceiving, but the views are amazing!
Written 23 października 2019
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chris665544
Denver, Kolorado16 contributions
great exercise, great views, long, but beautiful
paź 2019
Easy hike. Lots of elevation gain, but many switchbacks make it a family hike. Long, but still a great hike. 4x4 drivers passing, but going slow, so never an issue. Not a hike in the forest though. DIRECTIONS: (since there appears to be little for actual directions) trail head is a small parking area, then head up the gravel road, as that turns into "4x4 needed". Drive through Telluride on the main road. Go through/past the mine/mill operation. Park just above several ponds. Basically the trail/road starts where you can't go any farther on the south end of Telluride!
Take snacks and water with you. Best views and photos are at the very last two switchbacks at the bottom of the falls.
Written 17 października 2019
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