Though Arizona is considered a desert region, it is endowed with a natural beauty of huge mountains and numerous panoramic landscapes. With over a dozen of breathtaking waterfalls adjoining various trails, it is sure a hiker's paradise.
Fossil Creek Falls is an out and out hiking spot with greenery laden trails on either side of the picturesque cascades of the falls.
Grand waterfalls is an unusual vista of muddy water-flow resulting after torrential rains or a snow-melt. You can gape at its beauty from the gazebos around the cliffs.
An arduous trek takes you to the heavenly Navajo waterfalls, where you can try a bout of cliff jumping in its turquoise waters.
The overwhelmingHavasupai Falls, that is hidden in the Grand Canyon is a favorite of the adventure junkies.
The amazing Romero Pools fall on the Romero Canyon trail is accessible by vehicles or a long hike of about 6 miles from Catalina State Park.
Capture the gorgeous view of Tanque Verde Falls, while taking a dip in its cool waters. Though a little slippery, rope swings are installed for safety and enjoyment of the visitors.
The blue-white rapids flowing over limestone terraces is a mesmerizing sight to behold at the Beaver Falls, which is 18 miles from Havasu.