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The waterfalls less than an hour down hill from Supai are incredible. The water is a vivid blue color due to the travertine, a mineral that tends to build up the falls. The water stays a near constant temperature year round. These are located on the Havasupai reservation just west of the Grand Canyon National Park. To get there you either need to take a helicopter to Supai, or hike about 9 miles or so down the canyon. It is well worth it. A few of the pictures are from a wedding that was going on while I was there - what a beautiful place for a wedding!
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Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:North America
Subcategory Detail:United States of America
Keywords:AZ, Arizona, Grand Canyon, Havasupai, Indian, Supai, US, United States, canyon, falls, reservation, waterfall

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Marty Vega(non-registered)
Thanks for giving the reason for such incredible blue water. That was one crazy bride!
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