Bridal Veil Falls at Rocky Mountain National Park Topo Map

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Waterfall lovers will delight at this combination fall that tumbles down from on high as a cascade, slips along low-angle rock as a slide, and finally spreads its waters in a frothy veil. The hike follows Cow Creek and offers splendid views of 9,794-foot Sheep Mountain in the northeast quadrant of Rocky Mountain National Park. From the trailhead at McGraw Ranch, hike past the gate and up the gravel road and follow the bend to the left past cabins. At the first trail junction, go straight to stay on the Cow Creek Trail. Pass a privy to the right of the road and ascend timber steps. Ahead in the distance you will see 10,859-foot Dark Mountain, and to the right of the trail you will pass Sheep Mountain rising nearly 300 feet from the valley floor. Pass the trail junction to the Lumpy Ridge Trailhead and continue straight.
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Estes Park, Colorado

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