Lower Navajo Falls - "Rock Falls"
Mother nature created a second major waterfall during the flood of 2008 when a massive mud slide caused the creek bed to move: Rock Falls. In the process, the creek completely bypassed Navajo Falls which is now dry. (Navajo Falls had been reported to have been destroyed, which is technically not correct - just bypassed by the stream.)
Almost thirty feet high and nearly one hundred feet wide, Rock Falls sports a beautiful swimming hole. Many visitors scramble up to a ledge directly under and behind the falls and leap through the refreshing shower into the crystal clear pool.
No Cliff Diving/Jumping