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Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon

Havasu Trail, Grand Canyon

Trip Highlights

Day 1 Arrival at Kingman, AZ...Day 2 Hike to Supai Village & Havasu Creek...Day 3 Rest day, swim near camp or explore Mooney Falls...Day 4 Optional hike to Colorado River...Day 5 Hike to Navajo Falls...Day 6 Hike back to Hualpai Hilltop

Accommodations: 1 night lodging, 4 nights camping

Havasu in the
Grand Canyon

We've been visiting Havasu's legendary blue-green waterfalls since 1979. Join us and hike into the Grand Canyon's Havasu Indian Reservation while mules carry our gear to our base camp.

This is a land of high canyon walls and sparkling waterfalls cascading hundreds of feet into turquoise pools. The Havasupai speak their own language and still bring in their supplies by mule train.

You can make this a take-it-easy trip: swim, sit by the waterfalls, and visit the village. Or join us on the challenging hike to the Colorado River. On this 12-mile round-trip hike we cross Havasu Creek 16 times and also do some minor rock climbing. This is a hike to test your mettle!

“Thank you so much for everything. It's an incredible outlet that you offer women, it's empowering and tons of fun. Your organization, cooking and attention to detail are just exemplary.”Kelly Huber

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  On our Southwest trips, we serve one of our specialties, a spicy turkey stew. You can try it at home or on your next camping trip. Go to Anasazi Stew recipe.  
 
 
 

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