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Grand Canyon GigaView #21 - Elves Chasm
Arizona

Located at River Mile 116.5, Elve's Chasm is a refreshing stop with a quick hike up to this slot canyon where one can swim, climb, and jump into the crystal clear pool. With shadows moving quickly and covering the swimming area, I was forced to over-expose the downstream view in order to get a good image of the waterfall. Several members of our party climbed above this falls to explore the beautiful side canyon further.

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