12 Hidden Waterfalls in Arizona

    At first it may seem paradoxical — waterfalls in a place that can be so incredibly hot and arid, but the truth is Arizona has many spectacular waterfalls.

    1. Havasu Falls

    Havasu Falls is the most impressive of several fed by the Havasu Creek located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. It’s named for it’s bright blue-green water and is a popular destination for hikers.

    2. Rock Falls and New Navajo Falls

    New Navajo Falls formed when Navajo Falls was left dry after flooding diverted the flow in 2008.

    3. Mooney Falls

    Mooney Falls is located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. It’s huge and incredibly gorgeous, but very, very difficult to get to. This one’s for expert hikers.

    4. Beaver Falls

    Beaver Falls is one of many that runs from Havasu Creek. It’s at the bottom of the falls and not as tall and impressive as the others, but still quite picturesque.

    5. Grand Falls
    This spectacular hike in Payson, AZ, isn’t too challenging and is located only about an hour from Phoenix.

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