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Bridal Veil Falls, Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho, USA
Idaho

The outlet of the Hanson Lakes drops about 1,100 feet in roughly 1/2 mile, a portion of that fall creates Bridal Veil Falls.  These falls are near Stanley, Idaho, USA in the Sawtooth National Forest.  The hike to the falls starts at Stanley Lake and is about 4 miles long each way, most of which is extremely easy.  However, the last third of a mile is a 500 feet climb with no real maintained trail that will prove too difficult/dangerous for the novice or out of shape hiker.

Copyright: Calvin K Mc Donald
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Taken: 24/10/2013
Uploaded: 26/10/2013
Updated: 13/08/2014
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Tags: waterfall; sawtooth national forest; idaho
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