Lake Serene and Bridal Veil Falls compete for attention on this trail. Either it would be a worthy destination by themselves and combined they are a great day on the trail. This trail is in the Roaring River Wilderness. This trail provides access to several lakes along the trail. From the parking lot, where a Northwest Forest Pass is required, the trail follows an old road bordered by towering salmonberry bushes and deciduous trees. The berries ripen in early to mid June and the best ones are found high above your head. Lake Serene and Bridal Veil Falls Trail is a 7.4 mile out and back trail that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking and walking. Bridal Veil Creek runs out of cliff-ringed Lake Serene and launches into the valley of the Skokomish River via a series of large waterfalls. Though never officially measured, the entire chain of falls drops over 1,200 feet starting almost immediately after exiting its source lake. The two main visible tiers of the falls, which can be seen prominently from Highway 2 across the valley as well as individually along the Lake Serene Trail, account for 568 feet worth of height. Bridal Veil Falls does present some considerable hazards, particularly around the viewpoint of the second to last tier at the end of the spur trail. The rocks below the falls can be quite slick, and there is little protection below since the stream transitions directly into the final drop of the falls.