Ingram Falls and Bridal Veil Falls at Telluride Topo Map

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Bridal Veil Creek flows northeast from Jackass Basin and plunges more than 300 feet at Bridal Veil Falls. Ingram Creek flows northwest from Ingram Basin and cascades hundreds of feet at Ingram Falls. The two waterfalls put on a dramatic show along the north slopes of 12,552-foot Ingram Peak, in Telluride. There’s a road all the way up to the gate near the top of Bridal Veil Falls, so you can “drive” this hike if you like. The road is rugged though, and not recommended for passenger cars. If you hike it, you’ll get to see both falls from numerous viewpoints. Park at the bottom and hike up the road.
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Silverthorne, Colorado

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