Backpacking Havasu Falls and the other waterfalls on the Supai land isn’t easy or cheap. This is what you need to know and what to pack for this journey.
Don’t miss exploring Rock Falls and the hidden oasis of Fifty Foot Falls when visiting the Havasupai Campground and the other waterfalls of Havasu Creek.
The gorgeous blue-green water of Havasu Falls draw people from all of the world. Hiking Beaver Falls and swimming in the travertine pools is a hidden oasis.
The Mooney Falls climb is the most dangerous and challenging part of visiting Havasu Falls. It is a gauntlet of tight tunnels, mud, iron-spikes and chains.
The Havasupai campground is seemingly always full as on any given day only a third of the campers are leaving and being replaced with new campers. The challenge is to find a spot that gives your neighbor at least a little bit of breathing room. The campground is just over a mile long and camping…
Hiking Havasu Falls begins at the Hilltop trailhead. The trail descends into Hualapai Canyon, follows Havasu Creek to Supai and then to Havasupai Campground
Want to see the six amazing blueish-green waterfalls in the Grand Canyon? First, you need a Havasu Falls reservation. Here are the tips for success.
This complete Havasu Falls guide is a journey into the Grand Canyon. Getting a Havasupai reservation, gear, the campground, and all the amazing waterfalls.