2018—Bridalveil Fall

Bridalveil Fall is so-named because when the fall is at its peak in spring and early summer, the winds push the spray out in such a way as to mimic a bride’s veil.  Although precipitation in the valley has been slight this year, the winds whipping the spray from the falls still created frozen patches of ice and snow that are reminiscent of a white veil.  We hiked up the steep icy path to the base of the falls and were treated to another spectacular and iconic view in Yosemite Valley.


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