Deer Creek Double Waterfall

Deer Creek has cut a short, deep canyon within the Grand Canyon National Park more specifically know as the Deer Creek Narrows. I approached this unique natural wonder by raft via the Colorado River. Starting at Lee’s Ferry, traveling 137 river miles over 14 days, I camped on the rivers edge across from Deer Creek Falls. A trail just downstream of the falls heads up to the narrows through the Tapeats Sandstone. The waterfall in the upper portion of the photograph is the first of several as the water enters the narrows section and joins the Colorado River below.

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Deer Creek has cut a short, deep canyon within the Grand Canyon National Park.To view all the options for purchasing a print, card or tote bag click here.

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A New Mexico based free roaming outdoor digital photographer, always on the qui vive for what Nature and humans provide.
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