<p><br> Upon entering <a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/national-parks/yosemite-national-park">Yosemite</a> Valley, most people stop along the road to admire 620-foot-high (190-meter-high) Bridalveil Fall. A steep trail leads to its base, where swirling winds often assure that visitors get wet from the spray.</p>

Bridalveil Fall


Upon entering Yosemite Valley, most people stop along the road to admire 620-foot-high (190-meter-high) Bridalveil Fall. A steep trail leads to its base, where swirling winds often assure that visitors get wet from the spray.

Photograph by Raul Touzon, Nat Geo Image Collection

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