CUV needs your voice to help guide the long-term plans for Bridal Veil Falls. While it is protected by a conservation easement, there are still questions for the future of the area.
A group has been tasked by the State of Utah to do a study of the Falls area and get public input – hopes and wishes for what the area should include. Options include making it a state monument or park.
Below is a link to participate in the survey. The survey is the start of the Public Engagement effort which is critical and why you need to act now. Please share it with anyone you know who is interested in Bridal Veil Falls. Do not delay, THIS SURVEY WILL CLOSE OCT. 4, 2021!
Please send the link/QR code to others you know who love Bridal Veil Falls – put it on your social media accounts, email it to friends and neighbors, etc.
The hike from Canyon Glen parking lot to Bridal Veil on the north side of the highway doesn’t have the beautiful views of the trail on the south side of the highway. But … to get to the south trail is currently very dangerous. Could a pedestrian/wildlife tunnel under the highway from Canyon Glen to the southern hiking route when Bridal Veil is protected?
I think we should get Provo City to place Nunns Park and Vivian Park into a Conversation Easement Buffer. Both areas have nice bathroom facilities. Nunns Park has camping. I would like to see the Bridal Veil Parking Lot turned into more picnic spots. Tear out the pavement and put back to native plants and grass. Have this area be a walk in experience, but also have at Vivian a small visiting booth, with some electric carts for the ADA accessibility but lets keep the whole corridor free from pay to play.