The Bridesmaids Falls, Provo Canyons Lower Waterfall off the Bonneville Shoreline Trail
|Provo Canyons Unnamed Waterfall off the Bonneville Shoreline|
The Bridesmaids Falls
Provo Canyon's Lower Waterfall off the Bonneville Shoreline Trail in 360 Degrees
- Trail was easy to follow with scenic views, but not crowded.
- I didn't like being so close to the sounds of the traffic in the Provo Canyon at first, but as you got up higher, I didn't notice the sounds of any cars anymore.
- About 3 mile round trip.
- Easy Hike just a little steep at the end - Level 2
- Appropriate for ALL ages
- About 1 hr South of SLC, 5 min from Orem
- I would avoid this trail on a Wednesday, for it is close enough to the shooting range that I think it would be more stressful than relaxing.
360 Kuula Sphere - Image of the Waterfall
- Spin Around to see Waterfall -
Pole Canyon Trail just a little further
2D Video at Waterfall
|Provo Canyons Unnamed Waterfall off the Bonneville Shoreline with very unique Cliffs to the Side|
360 Google Earth Trail Up to Unnamed Waterfall in Provo Canyon
360 Video walking up to waterfall
- Click on this link to see in 360 Degrees.-Video in 360 Degrees at the Falls
INFORMATION ABOUT HIKE.
Trail starts on the Southwest Corner of the Bridal Veil Parking lot on the paved upper trail for bikes on the Provo River Parkway. You head east, and watch for the trail below where it makes a U turn and heads back west. The trail is easy to follow, but the detour to the waterfall is not marked. If you watch for the Bonneville Shoreline Trail sign, it is just to the left of that heading back East.
|Where the Bonneville Shoreline Trail branches off from the Provo River Parkway trail for bikes.|
360 View of Turn Off to Bonneville Shoreline Trail.
|Orange line is the trail I took to waterfall.|
|Trail off Bonneville Shoreline Trail in Provo Canyon up to Waterfall|
The Caves in Provo Canyon.There are 2 caves in this area of Provo Canyon. I do not know anything about ability to get in, but I did not see a trail to get to them, so I am assuming the are not accessible. It is cool just to say you spotted where they caves are in Provo Canyon. Below are 2 photos of the caves. The on the right is quite easy to see for it looks like a tac. The one on the left takes some searching for. It is an triangle shape with the long side horizontal on top where the horizontal lines in the mountain do a V shape split.
|Two caves in Cascade mountain at sunset.|
|Tac shaped cave in cascade mountain.|
Directions to find the turn off from Bonneville Shoreline Trail to Waterfall.
My map shows 3 turn offs on the left side of the trail up to the waterfall, but the first 2 were not great trails, and the third is a really great easy to follow trail and it has a nice landmark to identify it. As you are walking along the trail after you pass the power lines, there is a sign on the right side that says Bonneville Shoreline Trail. When you see that trail, the trail up to the waterfall is just passed that on the left. If you watch for that sign, you will find the safest and easiest way up to the fall. I believe this waterfall dries out for a few months in the middle of the summer, and that might be why it doesn't have a name I can find, but right now it is a beautiful waterfall.
360 Google Earth Trail - Waterfall is just around the corner!
If you are curious about the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, here is an awesome link about the trail. Link to trail info
The trail goes 100 miles from Idaho to Santaquin trail right now with enough exits into areas to replenish your supplies. There is plans to extend this to 280 miles and go all the way to the south side of Utah.
|Sweet Pea Flower is just one of the many flowers I saw along the side of the trail up to the waterfall.|
|First Glimpse of the Waterfall - Can you find it?|
|Red Beardlip Penstemon along the side of the trail in June|
|Nice patch of pink Phlox Flowers along the trail.|
|Another picture of the Unnamed Waterfall in Provo Canyon|
Views of Cascade and Timpanogas Mountains along the Trail.
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