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Navajo Falls
Arizona

Jason Mateljak jumping off of Navajo Falls in Havasu Canyon in the Grand Canyon.  Navajo Falls was destroyed by a flood of 2008.  The water was completed diverted.  The falls now stands completely dry with the pools filled with sand. 

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Uploadet: 30/12/2010
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Tags: navajo; falls; havasu; grand canyon; national park; canyon; canyoneering; hiking; backpacking; supai; waterfall; waterfalls; arizona; cliff jumping; jon jasper
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