Bridal Veil Falls you would start at the Cow Creek Trailhead. A great moderate day hike, six miles out and back. Great Family Outing.
The elevation gain is moderate as well with the trailhead being at 7840 feet and Bridal Veil Falls at 8400 feet.
We hiked late May, the trail is lined with Aspen’s and ought to be beautiful in the fall.
Getting to the trailhead, drive out of Estes Park, on Devil’s Gulch Road for 3.9 miles. At McGraw Ranch Road turn left and proceed 2.3 miles to the Cow Creek Trailhead, Located at the McGraw Ranch. Do Not Park Beyond the Boundary!! Parking is Limited.
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