Grand Falls is sometimes called “The Chocolate Falls”. Can you just picture how it must look? What a sight it must be pouring over the cliffs! Grand Falls or Chocolate Falls is a unique waterfall system situated near Flagstaff, Arizona, in the United States. This marvel of geology is located on land belonging to the Navajo Nation. This waterfall is infamous for its extremely muddy water, which often gives the waterfall its distinctive chocolate color. The Chocolate Falls is a waterfall in an extremely remote location. Perhaps that is a good thing! The terrain surrounding Grand Falls is quite rugged which is appreciated by adventurers and Native Americans. The flow rate of the waterfall varies considerably, depending on the season. Access to the area is allowed by permit only (we approve!), and it is advised that only experienced hikers attempt the trail. Even experienced hikers are advised against attempting the trail to access Grand Falls without local Native American guides.