Located in the Painted Desert on the lands belonging to the Navajo Nation, Grand Falls is a majestic sight with its stunning cascades pouring over terraced rock formations. The only two problems with visiting this picturesque destination is its remote location and its seasonal fluctuations. Don't expect water to flow outside of monsoon season, which is generally July through September. However, if you are up for an excursion in to the backcountry, these falls are worth checking out as they are even higher than Niagara Falls.
Keep in mind that you will need a Navajo Nation permit to visit Grand Falls. Moreover, visitors must remain on designated roads and trails when traversing the Navajo Nation.
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