Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls
Waterfalls in the Grand Canyon!

 

I had always thought of the Grand Canyon as a dry, barren desert, but later, I was surprised to learn that there are a number of waterfalls within the depths of the great chasm. None are easy to find, or easy to get to. Here are some photos of some of the waterfalls that I have been to in the Grand Canyon!




 

All of these can be reached on foot but most are hikes of many days!

Chevaya FallsChevaya Falls Chevaya FallsChevaya Falls
Thunder River Vaesy's Paradise in Marble CanyonVasey's Paradise
Mooney FallsHavasu Falls Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls
Deer Creek FallsDeer Creek Falls There are even more waterfalls:
  • Mystic Falls
  • Bridal Veil Falls

Do you have any photo's of these? Send me one and I'll include it here!


 Emery Falls from above after hiking for 7 days! December 2004
 

Ribbon Falls from Michael McNeil
October 2004 Thanks Michael!
 

Roaring Springs from Dale Diulus out of Scottsdale
Photo taken on a Rim-to-Rim-to-River-to-Rim hike in late May of 2003

 

 

Roaring Springs from Dale Diulus out of Scottsdale
Photo taken on a Rim-to-Rim-to-River-to-Rim hike in late May of 2003

 

 

Elves Chasm (upper)
This is the second pool above the main Elves Chasm pool. Most people don't know how to get up to it. It requires and exposed climb.

from Dale Diulus out of Scottsdale June 2005

For more info on this hike:
http://www.trimbleoutdoors.com/ViewTrip.aspx?tripID=5779&mode=TripDetails

Elves Chasm (Lower) near the Colorado River

from Dale Diulus out of Scottsdale June 2005

Thanks Dale!

Ariel Falls April, 2010


Cooling off in Ariel Falls April, 2010


Nearing Chevaya Falls, April 2010

Thanks to Charlie Bongo for these 4 images.


Chevaya Falls up close! April 2010

 

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