I wish I had allowed more time for this one. Getting there is fun, if you're the adventurous type. It was not difficult to find, but it is a little way out there. We probably spent around an hour, but I could easily have spent the entire day hiking around the falls and taking pictures from different angles. I had no assurance that the water flow would be good, but in the spring it seems like a pretty good bet that snow runoff from the White Mountains will have the Little Colorado flowing. One of the previous reviewers linked to a site where you can check the water flow, I would highly suggest this so that your trip is worth it. If there's not much water, it would probably be a wasted trip.
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