Lake Havasupai National Monument is in the midst of a summer heat wave and is the hottest spot for summer hiking and biking, according to data from the U.S. Forest Service.
The site, home to the largest lake in the country, is located in the Navajo Nation.
It has become a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, who enjoy the scenic views, sandy beaches and spectacular lake.
A recent heat wave that lasted into July brought temperatures to nearly 90 degrees Fahrenheit in parts of the area, with gusts of 120 mph.
Some areas had temperatures over 105 degrees.
The average high temperature during the summer was 91 degrees.
But the hottest summer day in the monument was August 4, when a heat wave caused temperatures to exceed 100 degrees.
In the past, cooler weather in the region has meant cooler days and a less active lake, but this summer’s heat wave has been especially devastating.
The area has been inundated with water from the nearby Lake Havashua, which is the lake’s highest point.
The lake is the second-largest in the U, with a total volume of 3,957,744 cubic feet, according the National Weather Service.
That’s nearly three times the volume of Lake Havastu, which sits just west of the monument.
The weather service says the area is experiencing severe water loss, which can cause significant flooding and erosion.
According to the weather service, more than 2,500 people have been displaced due to the flooding.
The park is located about 40 miles (64 kilometers) northwest of Phoenix, Arizona.