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National Canyon & Hualapai Reservation

Mile 166 - National Canyon & Hualapai Reservation

A relaxing walk, limestone narrows, and pools highlight a hike up National Canyon. In 2013, intense monsoon showers caused a huge flood to flow through the canyon. The flood ripped out trees and bushes, and carried away sand, rocks, and boulders. The mouth of the canyon was drastically changed after the flood, reminding river runners of the power of nature.

Hualapai Reservation »

The Hualapai Reservation occupies land adjacent to Grand Canyon National Park on the left side of the river from river mile 164.5 to 273.5. The reservation encompasses a striking landscape of pine topped plateaus and canyons. Western Grand Canyon has been home to the Hualapai for centuries, their reservation is one of four including the Southern Paiute, Navajo, and Havasupai reservations, which all border Grand Canyon.

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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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