On the Sanup Plateau in the First Nations Hualapai Tribal Reservation just inside the Grand Canyon National Park is Milkweed Canyon. There are numerous pools, cascades, and small waterfalls, and the walls contain numerous types of pink and grey limestone and thick veins of white quartz. On top of the canyon, it is densely-wooded while in the lower area, the canyon has plenty of desert cactus.
This is a particularly remote and untouched region, and though part of the Grand Canyon system it is far removed from the hustle and bustle of the main south or north rim viewpoints. For the full story on this image visit the corresponding page on Where Eagles Fly