Havasupai

"Blue green water people"

The Unspoiled Queen

Location: 8 Mile Trail to Supai

Population: 730

Language: Everyone speaks English               Currency: USD

Capital: Supai

Size: 748 sq km (288 sq mi)

Havasupai actually means "Blue-Green Water People" which are the American natives that live in the Grand Canyon. Havasu creek runs through and feeds 5 beautiful waterfalls before feeding into Colorado River. Where the creek meets the river is called the Confluence.

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Havasupai Snaps

Mooney Falls
Mooney Falls

It looks a little like Havasu but at an impressive 200 feet. Mitch is over 6 foot tall & this waterfall is a beast!

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Lower Navajo Falls
Lower Navajo Falls
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Cave Staircase to Mooney Falls
Cave Staircase to Mooney Falls

It's not too dark, you won't necessarily need a head lamp if you're taking these steps during the day.

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Climbing Back Up from Mooney Falls
Climbing Back Up from Mooney Falls

I'm not going to lie, I was a little panicked going down toward Mooney but going up was a breeze because you know it's not that bad. Snapped this one of Mitch with Mooney in the background :)

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Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls

This is the last waterfall (3rd of 5) you will see before reaching the campsite. Campsite is from after Havasu to Mooney Falls.

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Mooney Falls from Above
Mooney Falls from Above

This is the fourth and largest waterfall of the five. To get to it, you'll have to get down a series of ladders & chains which seem pretty sketchy. It's really not that bad & worth it!

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Hiking Havasupai Trail
Hiking Havasupai Trail

Heavy packs are not your friend :( Pack light

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Mooney Falls - On The Way Down
Mooney Falls - On The Way Down

This is after a little cave staircase, right before the chain railings to get to Mooney Falls!

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Lower Navajo Falls
Lower Navajo Falls

Second waterfall you will encounter on the Havasupai trail

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Mooney Falls
Mooney Falls

This is the fourth and largest waterfall of the five. To get to it, you'll have to get down a series of ladders & chains which seem pretty sketchy. It's really not that bad & worth it!

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Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls

This is the last waterfall (3rd of 5) you will see before reaching the campsite. Campsite is from after Havasu to Mooney Falls.

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