A Visit to Peach Springs Canyon

Peach Springs Canyon  is one of the larger branches of the Grand Canyon and is located on the Hualapai Reservation.  Diamond Creek is a small tributary of the Colorado River that flows through Peach Springs Canyon and has water year-round.  Dave and his friend Josh recently visited this beautiful area of Arizona for a short day hike. Though they didn’t have much time, they made the most of it. Here are the pictures from their trip.

Beautiful Desert Mountains




Peach Springs Canyon



4000 Feet Down To Diamond Creek and no safety rails at all


Just to show how high the rim is, notice the helicopter flying  below us in the distance.




This was a great day trip. If you have been here, let us know in the comments section.


Find Your Headwaters,

Jaucque and Dave



One thought on “A Visit to Peach Springs Canyon

  1. We visited the Grand Canyon a few years ago in December. It really is breathtaking. We initially planned to hike into the canyon, but an overnight snowstorm prevented that from happening. We’re not complaining too much since the views of the Grand Canyon in the snow were pretty amazing. We would love to come back here one day and explore more of Arizona’s red rock landscape.

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