Spectacular hiking in the Grand Canyon Havasu region including hikes to the Navajo Falls for swimming, hiking to Colorado River, and swim and explore Mooney Falls. All individual and group camping gear is carried by mule packers!Accommodations:
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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 next to the legendary falls.
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, enjoy the hammocks, look for fossils, 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!
Each day, your guides will prepare Call of the Wild's legendary cuisine and guide you along some of the United States most unique terrain. Join us for this great hiking adventure!
“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.” — K.H
"Having never really been very sporty and having never done any hiking of any kind I did the Call of the Wild Havasu trip last year aged 41 and three quarters! It was part of a larger goal to see all 50 US states. I enjoyed it so much that this year I did the Milford Track in New Zealand." - A.L.
"The spring after turned 40 I decided to walk in the Avon 2-day walk for breast cancer. 39 miles and a lot of blisters. Last year, I took my first all woman hiking trip with Call of the Wild (Havasu). Lost a few toenails but was worth every one." - C.M.
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Minimum 4, maximum 12 clients; balance of $1095 due 90 days in advance on 1/24/16
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Day 1 ~ Arrival at Flagstaff, AZ
Day 2 ~ Hike to Supai Village, continue on to Havasu Creek, 10.5 miles total. Elevations: Trailhead 5000', Campground 2700'
Day 3 ~ Hike to Navajo Falls for swimming, 2 miles
Day 4 ~ Optional hike to Colorado River, 14 miles round-trip. Elevations: Campground, 2700', Colorado River 2000'
Day 5 ~ Rest day; swim or explore Mooney Falls
Day 6 ~ Hike back to Hualapai Hilltop, 10.5 miles. Elevations: Campground 2700', Trailhead 5000'
Day 7 ~ Departure From Flagstaff, AZ