High and dry: Earlier this summer, hikers meandered along a trail high above Havasu Creek along the Grand Canyon. High rains this weekend flooded the side canyon, sending hikers and rafters high up the canyon walls to safety.
High and dry: Earlier this summer, hikers meandered along a trail high above Havasu Creek along the Grand Canyon. High rains this weekend flooded the side canyon, sending hikers and rafters high up the canyon walls to safety.Courtesy ladydog22
Arizona isn't known as a wet place, but a surge of rain (3 to 6 inches) in northern Arizona has recreationers in side canyons of the Grand Canyon scrambling to deal with flash floods that have washed away their boats and supplies. Here's a link to more details and photos.

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