Elves Chasm of the Grand Canyon

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This amazing natural wonder is considered one of the Grand Canyon’s best-kept secrets. Elves Chasm is a beautiful shaded grotto with a luscious waterfall. After tying up your raft at the Royal Arch Creek drainage on the Colorado River, you hike up the drainage preforming a few slippery, slithery moves to reach this wonder of the Grand Canyon. There is a cave-like climb up into the waterfall and a spot that you jump from but be very careful.

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A short hike up Royal Arch Creek brings you to this natural wonder of the Grand Canyon.I’m proud to have this image featured in The 200 Club on Fine Art America.

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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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