The Picture Canyon Waterfall is a 25ft falls on the Rio de Flag set between wetlands and petroglyphs, unexpectedly residing in the city limits of Flagstaff.
Sycamore Falls is at least two temporary waterfalls near Williams situated at the head of separate branches of Sycamore Canyon (a large red rock canyon).
Slide Rock are a series of small cascades each less than 15ft tall on Oak Creek near Sedona that may be Arizona’s most popular natural swimming hole and slide.
Grand Falls is Arizona’s seasonal flow 181ft ‘chocolate’ waterfall where the Little Colorado River drops over Grand Canyon-like cliffs in the Navajo Nation.
Havasu Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls I have ever seen as it drops 90ft off reddish travertine cliffs into colorful turquoise pools below.
Mooney Falls is the tallest of the Havasupai Reservation waterfalls plunging some 190ft in a tall singular column amongst ominous-looking travertine cliffs.
Navajo Falls is the first major waterfall that we encountered in Havasu Creek downstream from Supai Village. It once dropped 75ft through thick brush.