As others have written, the Grand Falls are part of the Little Colorado River and are on Indian lands. The best and only time to go is March and April and only if there has been sufficient snowfall during the winter for snow melt in the Spring. The road is very rough and long but the payoff is surprising and spectacular. It is literally out in the middle of nowhere, but the views of the falls and the river are incredible and also the views of the snow capped eastern slopes of the San Francisco Peaks as a back drop. Breathtaking! We went a couple of years ago following a snowy winter.
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