Waterfalls in Grandcanyon

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Borknagar
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Waterfalls in Grandcanyon

Post by Borknagar » Apr 29 2013 6:53 pm

Other than havasu falls and everything in that area, I was wondering on some really cool areas to check out some waterfalls in the grand canyon.
Some within 20 miles of hiking distance, preferably starting on the North side of the canyon. Any one who has gone to any super sick falls at the canyon and would like to share, I would love to hear your story.

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Re: Waterfalls in Grandcanyon

Post by Al_HikesAZ » Apr 29 2013 7:50 pm

Here is a sampler to get you started
Ribbon Falls off the North Kaibab Trail (and Upper Ribbon Falls)(and upper upper Ribbon Falls)
Roaring Spring off the North Kaibab Trail
Thunder River
Deer Creek Falls
Cheyava Falls (in the spring after a heavy snow pack on the North Kaibab Plateau - at 800' the tallest most awesome waterfall in AZ)
Elves Chasm especially with a stop at Royal Arch
Shinumo Falls
Vasey's Paradise

Some of these I have listed as triplogs or have added photos.

and after a monsoon there are a ton of undocumented, unnamed waterfalls
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