slot canyon

Havasu Falls

Back in August 2008 a flash flood devastated the remote waterfalls at Havasupai on the south side of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. The Navajo who live in the remote village of Supai spent months clearing up debris left over from the flood. By the time I visited on Christmas Day 2011 the debris was removed, but the falls were altered forever. Havasu Falls (pictured) used to have two spouts.  Also there were no travertine pools at the base of Mooney Falls, these will take many years to recover. It was still a wonderful experience and a great place to spend Christmas Day.


Kanaraville Falls

Kannaraville-6986-EditA tighter crop of this image appears in the Water Gallery, but I wanted to include this wider version in my Underground Gallery because the waterfall is deep below vertical canyon walls.

Kanarraville Falls can be found after a short hike along the Kanarra Creek, with ropes and ladders in place it makes a good introduction to slot canyon hiking.