Supai, Arizona

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  • Littlefield, Arizona

    Explore the Toroweap Overlook

    5.0
    Toroweap Overlook can be accessed via Country Road #109, 8 miles west of Fredonia, AZ. It's about a two hour drive along a dirt road, with the final stretch becoming much more technical over larger rocks (a truck with high clearance is recommended). Tuweep Campground is the only area you're allo...
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  • Littlefield, Arizona

    Camp at Tuweep Campground

    5.0
    There are a number of ways to access Tuweep – and all access moves from the north to the south as you make your way toward the campsites. The most reliable road is Country Road #109 (a dirt road), which begins about eight miles west of Fredonia, Arizona. It’s also known as the Sunshine Route. On...
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  • Supai, Arizona

    Havasu Falls in the Havasupai Reservation

    4.7
    10.4 mi / 1647 ft gain
    The Havasupai Reservation is a remote area just outside Grand Canyon National Park, full of blue-green water and dramatic waterfalls.  Despite being an extremely isolated location, camping in the canyon is overwhelmingly popular and reservations are required. On popular weekends you will be shari...
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  • Supai, Arizona

    Confluence of the Colorado River and Havasu Creek

    5.0
    16.62 mi / 4199 ft gain
    Hike: Starting from the Havasupai campgrounds, which is a 10 mile hike in itself from Hualapai Hilltop, the trail goes past Mooney Falls to Beaver Creek for 4 miles. The elevation gain is limited but makes up for difficulty with route finding. Getting to Beaver Falls will require creek crossings ...
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  • Supai, Arizona

    Navajo Falls

    4.0
    1.4 mi / 249 ft gain
    Navajo Falls Navajo Falls was created by a flash flood that tore through Havasu Canyon in August of 2008, altering the course of Havasu Creek. Visitors can reach these and other nearby falls via horseback, helicopter, or hiking from Supai Village. It is a relatively short hike from camp (just o...
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  • Supai, Arizona

    Hidden Falls in the Havasupai Reservation

    5.0
    1.25 mi / 233 ft gain
    Coming from the campground, you'll want to backtrack back towards Navajo and Fifty Foot falls, crossing the bridge that you came over coming into the campground. Continue on the trail until you see a picnic table with a small canopy with a big piece of tarp/burlap hanging from the front. Go past ...
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  • Supai, Arizona

    Mooney Falls

    4.8
    1.36 mi / 200 ft gain
    If you hike to Havasupai and stop at Havasu Falls, you will have missed the grandest of the waterfalls in the Grand Canyon: Mooney Falls. The hike to Mooney Falls is not only scenic, but getting to the idyllic pool at its base of this 200-foot falls is an adventure, requiring you to use chains an...
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  • Supai, Arizona

    Beaver Falls

    5.0
    5.28 mi / 1200 ft gain
    So you've made it down to the Havasu campground after a ten mile hike from Hualapai Hilltop - time for more hiking! The 8 mile (RT) trek to Beaver Falls is well worth the trip, and can offer some quieter moments for those looking to escape the busyness of Havasu and Mooney Falls. To start out, h...
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  • Grand Canyon Village, Arizona

    Photograph a Sunset from the North Rim Lodge

    0.5 mi
    I've read that only approximately 10% of Grand Canyon National Park visitors spend time at the North Rim, meaning the crowds are smaller in the most beautiful areas you can immerse yourself in without having to backpack to the bottom.This isn't so much of an adventure as it is the perfect way to ...
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  • Grand Canyon Village, Arizona

    Backpack Hermit Trail into the Grand Canyon

    4.0
    16 mi / 4000 ft gain
    Not many people envision their romantic Valentine's Day getaway as a grueling 8 mile hike into the Grand Canyon, but I couldn't think of anything better! If you're planning a trip for the busier summer months, be sure to call ahead or fill out a backcountry permit request to make sure you get a c...
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