Dwarfed by the Canyon
A group of oar-powered rafts float through a calm stretch of river dwarfed by the enormous sandstone cliffs all around
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Dawn Light and Boulders
The sun poked through a tiny opening in the clouds on this overcast morning lighting up only a few hundred square yards of giant boulders that have tumbled off the nearby cliffs.
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Morning Light on the Vermillion Cliffs
From just above the lip of the upper part of the Grand Canon just a few miles from Navajo Bridge.
Serenity on the Colorado
Long stretches of the Colorado are quiet and peaceful. But one can't get lulled out of vigilance because a huge set of raging rapids could appear suddenly.
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From the Climb to Nankoweap
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Where the Little Colorado Joins the Big Colorado
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Canyon Morning Reflections
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Canyon Walls at Lava Creek
A display of the many varied colors of stone visible along Lava Creek just about a mile up from the Colorado.
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Boulders and Pool in Capital Canyon
There are scores of dramatic side canyons along the Colorado, many of them with year-round flowing water.
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Falls and Pool at Elves Chasm
Huge slabs of limestone have been dislodged and become wedged in the falls leaving an unusual jumble that the stream trickles over, at least when the water level is low.
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The End of the Hike
Havasu Creek Rapids
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Havasu Waters Meet the Colorado
Minerals in Havasu Creek coat the bottom of the stream with a white covering which gives the water an intense color.
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