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DON'T LOOK DOWN! Thrill-seekers stand at edge of Havasupai Falls in flip flops

Posted at 1:52 PM, Oct 17, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-18 09:14:17-04

Would you do this? Heart-racing footage shows two fearless hikers stand at the edge of a 200-foot DROP into shallow water at Havasupai Falls in Northern Arizona. Oh, and to make matters even photographer Quin Schrock and his friend are wearing FLIP FLOPS! Don't worry, Quin sarcastically writes in the post that he was comfortable with his choice of footwear.

Watch the video above to see how close they get to the edge!

This waterfall is a major destination for adventurers because it is nestled at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Havasupai Falls boasts stunning spills of turquoise water falling 90 feet over red rocks, as tiny fish splash in the pools below. But beware adventurers -- this is not a spontaneous trip. The fluorescent swimming hole is located in a remote enclave near the southwest corner of the Grand Canyon with only two ways in: a 10-mile hike or helicopter drop.

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