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Havasu Canyon

Mile 156 - Havasu Canyon

Havasu Canyon is home to the Havasupai Tribe, people of the blue-green waters. Havasu Creek flows through Supai village, and cascades through numerous cataracts and falls before reaching the river. River rafters and hikers enjoy swimming and relaxing here year round. Travertine coated ledges and boulders have created a wonderful array of pools, making it possible to swim in many different places throughout the canyon.

Mile by Mile 157 2 Mouth Havasu

Flash Floods »

Flash floods in Havasu can often be monumental and catastrophic! A twenty foot wall of water swept through the village in 1910, and in 1990 a flash flood studied by the USGS recorded flows as high as 22,800 cfs (cubic feet per second).

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Lower Grand Canyon Mile by Mile »

The lower Grand Canyon, as traveled by Western's 3 or 4 day expedition begins at Whitmore Wash (mile 188) and finishes at Lake Mead (mile 277).

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