Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls

This Historic Beauty, Fed By The Tributary Of The Cullasaja River, Transforms Into A Wall Of Icicles In The Winter, Veiling A Portion Of Us 64—hence The Name.

While its upper slide and 40-foot free fall may slow to a trickle during the summer, freezing winter temperatures transform it into a curtain of icicles each year, with a mountain of ice forming at the base. This makes for great cold-weather sightseeing, but be sure to proceed with caution along US 64.

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