Little Navajo Falls

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Little Navajo Falls, the second waterfall encountered along the route in Havasupai, is a testament to the transformative power of nature. This remarkable waterfall emerged after a significant flood in 2008, which dramatically altered the landscape and rerouted the water flow, leading to its creation. Featuring a drop of about 50 feet, the falls elegantly cascade over travertine rock formations. These naturally sculpted formations add a distinctive character, distinguishing it from other waterfalls.

As the water flows down, it gathers in a series of small, serene pools, crafting a tranquil and picturesque setting that beckons visitors for admiration and exploration. Situated downstream from Supai village and upstream from other famous falls, Little Navajo Falls offers a peaceful and secluded experience, away from the more frequented paths.

The existence of Little Navajo Falls is a vivid illustration of how natural events can reshape landscapes, creating new and stunning natural features. For many visitors, this waterfall is a highlight of their journey, offering a unique and memorable experience in the midst of the ever-changing natural world.

Little Navajo Falls is a part of the Havasupai region, requiring advanced planning and an overnight trip. For detailed information and tips on planning your adventure, please refer to Wadoo’s Havasupai Guide.

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