Yosemite Valley Bridalveil Rehabilitation

Situated in the Western part of Yosemite Valley, Bridalveil Fall is one of the first major features visitors encounter, welcoming them to the Valley and orienting them to the Park. People can exit their vehicles after a long drive and enjoy a brief hike to the base of this 600’ waterfall. The parking lot, toilets and trail to Vista Point are undergoing a rehabilitation effort to make them more efficient and bring them up to accessibility standards while creating a more varied and better visitor experience consistent with the Merced River Plan (MRP). JNRA developed a range of conceptual design options for the comprehensive rehabilitation of the area that were taken through the Environmental Assessment process. JNRA is  the prime consultant for the Design Development and Construction Documentation Phase.

Yosemite, CA

±40 Acres

National Park Service Pacific West Region
Yosemite Conservancy

Structural Engineer: EndreStudio
Civil Engineers: Provost & Pritchard
Architects: Siegel & Strain