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The Havasupai the people of the blue green water are the only tribe living within the Grand Canyon National Park Their village in Havasu Canyon can only be accessed by a tough eight mile trip down from the rim some 800ft above and either walking or riding through the beautiful canyon Past the village en route for the Colorado River are three spectacular waterfalls plus several others The village is supplied by mule trains and helicopter It is an 800ft drop from the rim to the floor of the canyon that eventually reaches the Colorado river. It is the only place in the United States that the mail is still delivered by horseback.
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