The first waterfall located on Little River within DuPont State Forest, with over 120 feet of descent. The falls are unique, in that the water drops off an overhanging ledge (at the top of the falls) and then sheets down an inclined granite face into a rock-filled basin pool at the bottom. The thin sheet of water that cascades down can resemble a bride’s veil, hence the name.
At the base, there are several spots for photo opportunities or areas to rest & enjoy a snack and the view. There are also flat rocks at the base for adventurers to canvas. Walking along the side of the waterfall is no longer permitted, due to the high number of injuries over the years.