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  • Havasu Creek - The majestic waters of Grand Canyon šŸž

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  • Havasu Falls
    Havasu Falls
    Havasu CreekĀ is a stream in theĀ U.S. stateĀ ofĀ ArizonaĀ associated with theĀ Havasupai people. It is a tributary to theĀ Colorado River, which it enters in theĀ Grand Canyon.
  • Havasupai Street
    Havasupai Street
    Havasu Creek starts out above the canyon wall as a small trickle of snow run-off and rain water. This waterĀ meandersĀ on the plains above the canyon for about 80Ā km until it enters Cataract Canyon also known as Havasu Canyon.
  • Havasupai Trailhead
    Havasupai Trailhead
    It then reaches Havasu Springs, where an underground source feeds the creek. ThisĀ springĀ can be accessed by heading upstream when the creek is first encountered. The water stays at about 21Ā Ā°C all year around.
  • Havasupai Trailhead
    Havasupai Trailhead
    The creek is well known for its blue-green color and distinctiveĀ travertineĀ formations. This is due to large amounts ofĀ calcium carbonateĀ in the water that formed the limestone that lines the creek and reflects its color so strongly.
  • Navajo Falls
    Navajo Falls
    This waterfall, also called Rock Falls, is the second one created by the 2008 flood, about .15 miles (0.24Ā km) below Upper Navajo Falls. The creek falls about 30 feet (9.1Ā m) into a swimming hole.
  • Havasu Falls Trail
    Havasu Falls Trail
    Havasu falls is the third largest waterfall located in the creek and is accessed from a trail on the right side of the main trail.
  • Havasu Falls Trail
    Havasu Falls Trail
    The side trail leads across a small plateau and drops into the main pool. Havasu is arguably the most famous and most visited of all the falls.
  • Havasu Falls
    Havasu Falls
    The falls are known for their natural pools, created by mineralization. A small man-made dam was constructed to help restore the pools and to preserve what is left. There are many picnic tables on the opposite side of the creek and it is very easy to cross over.
  • Havasupai Campground
    Havasupai Campground
  • Mooney Falls
    Mooney Falls
    Mooney Falls is the fourth main waterfall in the canyon. It is named afterĀ D. W. "James" Mooney, aĀ miner, who in 1882 ā€“ according to his companions ā€“ decided to mine the area near Havasu Falls for minerals. The group then decided to try Mooney Falls.
  • Mooney Falls
    Mooney Falls
    The Falls are located 2.25 miles (3.6Ā km) from Supai, just past the campgrounds. The trail leads to the top of the falls, where there is a lookout/photograph area that overlooks the 210-foot (64Ā m) canyon wall that the waterfall cascades over.Ā 
  • Mooney Falls
    Mooney Falls
  • Beaver Falls
    Beaver Falls
    Beaver Falls is arguably the fifth set of falls, although many claim that it is not a waterfall, but merely a set of small falls that are located close to each other.Ā 
  • Beaver Falls
    Beaver Falls

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