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Very tame in comparison to the bigger falls & very approachable. If you want less people & peacefulness then just stop here. If even a tiny portion of this falls was in my community it would attract the masses. That being said it is not...More
These Falls are broken in to the pools above and then the falls below. My friends and I hit this after we had walked into town first. We thought it would be the perfect cool down on the way to camp.
We walked down and...More
We stopped and talked to some policemen who were on duty while we hiked in this area. Many people sit on the tiered part above these falls in their bathing attire. Again water shoes a good idea! Each Falls is unique and stunning but exercise...More
Navajo falls is the first beautiful fall you will encounter on your way to Havasu Falls. I got really excited to see the emerald water and immediately jumped into the water. The upper bank has little multiple swimming pool like travertine formations that you can...More
Flew grandson, Eirinin, down for his 12th birthday. His grandmother is R.N. down at the Supai Clinic. Eirinin and i hiked down to Navajo Falls. Hot day and hike was partially unprotected from Sun. The Falls were well worth the time and effort of flying...More
I was on a tour with Road Scholars (RoadScholar org); we stayed in motels at Peach Springs & Supai. Our stuff was carried to Supai on pack animals & we hiked in with day packs. The tour was called "hiking granite gorge and... More
I was on a tour with Road Scholars (RoadScholar org); we stayed in motels at Peach Springs & Supai. Our stuff was carried to Supai on pack animals & we hiked in with day packs. The tour was called "hiking granite gorge and Supai". From Peach Spgs they led us on a hike to the Tonto Rim; and at Supai, to Navajo, Havasupai, and Mooney Falls (Mooney was optional).