Havasu Creek flows past a campground between Mooney Falls and Havasu Falls — two of the five Havasupai waterfalls deep in Arizona’s Havasu Canyon, an offshoot of Grand Canyon National Park but on lands administered by the Havasupai Indian Tribe. There are no roads to, or drivable overlooks of, the falls or the tiny Supai Village nearby, but hikers with tribal permits may make the steep, draining 20-mile round-trip slog as the crow flies — a zig-zag 30 miles of actual footsteps. Original image from Carol M. Highsmith’s America, Library of Congress collection. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel.

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