Just over two miles up the Coppermine Trail is Bridal Veil Falls, an 80 foot waterfall, whose upper flow, a 30-foot plunge resembles a bridal veil. The flow pools beneath the initial fall before flowing to the right into another small pool, and then making its final plunge over flat, polished granite to the stream below. The falls is best view from the small island that requires and a few easy rock hops to cross.
After a fourth-tenths of a mile walk along Coppermine Road the trail branches off to the left and begins its 2.1 mile trek. The total elevation gain is 1100 feet making for an easy walk. The yellow blazes were for the most part absent, but the path is easily followed.