The Wave is a curious little slice of the Arizona Wildnerness. It is not much of a notch in the cave (it’s a 70 foot wide, 90 foot deep notch), but it is one of the strangest and best structures in the Grand Canyon, perhaps even the region’s best. Very few people have walked it since they opened it to the public in 1990. I have hiked it several time. I have never gone up and down the little sand dune, as there is a better and more easily passable climb to the right of the Wave. Always have a light rain gear with you as it is extremely muddy. Go into the notch, walk the entire length of it, then continue down the east side of the Wave. It is a dull white quartzite, about 30 feet high when viewed from Angles Below, but only about a foot high when viewed from the opposite side of the notch. Walk around the outside and down the west side until you reach the penstock. The penstock has a broken shaft from a past collapse. The Wave is very wide and thin. It appears from the bottom of the notch as nothing other than a narrow small notch in the corner. You only have to use a crowbar to the top of the Wave. It is worth the effort and the cold is a small price to pay to see something unique.
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