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Navajo Falls

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Flash floods in 2008 & 2010 rearranged the area, but now there are 2 beautiful waterfalls with the creek passing through a series of travertine pools in between. Below the lower... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed November 12, 2016
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Upland, California
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Upland, California
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 12, 2016

Flash floods in 2008 & 2010 rearranged the area, but now there are 2 beautiful waterfalls with the creek passing through a series of travertine pools in between. Below the lower falls is a large turquoise-colored pool. You can see where the flood cut out a depth of perhaps 15 feet of dirt, rocks and vegetation. With the travertine rock... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 30, 2016

After a long trip through the Canyon this was the right remedy to cool us down. A beautiful waterfall which facilitates some exploring. Worth the trip.

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The Woodlands, Texas
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 14, 2016

Navajo Falls is beautiful to view and fun to explore. One reviewer has great advice, you might be tempted to stop at this falls on the way to the campground, but wait. Set up camp, then return for a couple of hours to enjoy. The larger upper falls' swim through cave behind the water fall fits about a dozen people.... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 6, 2016

Maybe the 10 mile hike in influenced this title, but I've always wanted to walk behind and shower under a waterfall. Water was warm and the large swimming hole shallow, but calm. A dream come true at 68. Never too late for dreams!

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Valley Spgs
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed August 29, 2016

It looks like Navajo Falls is coming back... A great flood in the 90s wiped them out... I wa deeply upset and look forward to seeing the progress. They will never be the same but ife alwyas givews us change. In the 80'ws these were the hidden falls... It sounds like they are being "rebuilt" through nature and restoration. I... More 

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Cedar City, Utah
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed August 3, 2016

Navajo Falls is between the campground and the village. It is a wonderful prelude to Havasupai and Mooney Falls. There is some good 30ish foot cliff jumping at Navajo Falls.

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Douglassville, Pennsylvania
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed July 1, 2016

Little Navajo Falls is a bit different than the other 2 falls in the area (Havasu and Mooney). They are easy to get to but the swimming is different. There are two fairly large falls with a series of pools in between. The upper falls is beautiful but doesn't have good swimming as it is a bit murky. The pools... More 

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Seattle, Washington
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 26, 2016

See my review of the Havasupai Lodge for my trip summary, to include the hike in, where to eat, taking the helicopter out. This review will be for New Navajo Falls only. I will review the other falls independently. We did Havasu and New Navajo falls in one leisurely day, having hiked in to town the day prior. Our Havasupai... More 

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Lehi, Utah
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed May 24, 2016

There are actually two waterfalls named Navajo Falls. There are the upper and the lower falls. Both of them are beautiful. The upper falls will be the first waterfall you see on your hike to the campground. You won't want to explore it then. You're going to want to get to camp, get setup, and rest your weary feet, but... More 

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Fruit Heights, Utah
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed May 22, 2016 via mobile

Located just above Havasu Falls, Navajo Falls are less crowded. You can dive 20-30 feet from the falls themselves into a deep pool below, or explore the terraced limestone basins above the falls.

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