The gently pattering waterfall over Tonto Natural Bridge has a tendency to capture and reflect a delicate rainbow in its scattered mist. So rare in Arizona, this tiny oasis had to have been a secret treasure for Native Americans and explorers and settlers alike. Luckily the State Parks department has preserved this for all of us to enjoy.
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