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It was the last night of a grueling three-day Havasupai Trail round trip to the waterfalls in northern Arizona's Havasu Canyon, an offshoot of the Grand Canyon.This Sept. 26, 2014 photo shows canyon vistas while hiking 2,000 feet down to Havasu Canyon's floor from the Hualapai hilltop in northern Arizona.I'd promised myself that I would complete the hike ever since a dangerously underplanned attempt 13 years earlier ended barely 2 miles in. This Sept. 26, 2014 photo shows hikes enjoying Upper and Lower Navajo Falls, the first waterfalls on a grueling three-day hike in Havasu Canyon in northern Arizona.About 3 kilometers after the village, I dumped my pack with a yelp, tore off the steaming boots midstride and waded into cooling waters right below Upper Navajo Falls, the first of multiple waterfalls cascading from red rocks into layered turquoise pools toward the Colorado River a few miles away.
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