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View from base of Mooney Falls
Arizona

Tim Barnhart climbing down to the base of Mooney Falls in Havasu Canyon in Havasupai Tribal Lands near Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.

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Copyright: Jon Jasper
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Caricate: 30/12/2010
Aggiornato: 17/10/2014
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Tags: mooney; falls; waterfall; havasu; supai; havasupai; emerald; grand canyon; national park; arizona; tribes; indian; land; hiking; backpacking; outdoors; nature
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