Gently dropping 400 feet over a wide, rounded rock face, Fraser River creates a magnificent fall that looks like a lacy, romantic veil. It is located at the south end of the Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park. The fall is located 16 km east of Chilliwack, near Rosedale, British Columbia in Canada. The source of the fall is water tumbling down from Mount Archibald, flowing into Bridal Creek on its way through Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park, ending finally at the Fraser River. The falls are easily accessible from Highway 1, requiring an easy 10-minute walk on a wide, softly graded path. The park near the falls is very popular place for a picnic, and there are several tables and benches. The falls freeze in the winter, creating a fragile wall of ice that can crash down at any time, making the area near the base dangerous.
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