I have traveled throughout the US and have seen quite a few waterfalls. Each one is unique in its own way, whether it is how far the water falls, how fast it flows, or how wide it is. The one thing that always seems the same about them wherever I travel is the name Bridal Veil Falls. It seems like every state in the country has a waterfall named Bridal Veil Falls. I wouldn't be surprised if some states had multiple Bridal Veil Falls. I did a search to see if every state did indeed have one but the results were inconclusive. While my curiosity is there, searching each state seemed to tedious, so I can't say for sure. Maybe someone else has the answer.
In any case, this is Colorado's contribution to the Bridal Veil Falls family name. Located in Telluride (in doing research on these falls, I discovered that Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado has one too) it is the tallest free falling falls in Colorado at 365 feet. There is a hike that takes you to the falls but we were expertly driven on the jeep road by Rick Louie.