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Explore all the falls, collectively they are world class experience

Explore all the falls, collectively they are a world class experience. Take your time. Wander... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2017
Cavydad
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Camarillo, California
Not as impressive but beautiful

Blue water...cascading over rocks...it's lovely. Not as high as Havasu and Mooney. It is lovely and... read more

Reviewed 9 December 2017
TheGreenAuthor
,
Louisville, Kentucky
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Reviewed December 10, 2017

Explore all the falls, collectively they are a world class experience. Take your time. Wander, view, soak, and do not slip or fall.

Thank Cavydad
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Reviewed December 9, 2017

Blue water...cascading over rocks...it's lovely. Not as high as Havasu and Mooney. It is lovely and worth the extra steps.

Thank TheGreenAuthor
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Reviewed November 3, 2017

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

1  Thank Helen R
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Reviewed September 21, 2017

Take your time and enjoy the scenery! There's more to Havasupai than meets the eye. Each trail and path will most likely take you somewhere worth a view.

Thank RomeDE11
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Reviewed September 18, 2017

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

1  Thank atanu s
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Reviewed August 28, 2017

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

Thank Joseph S
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Reviewed July 18, 2017

This will be your introduction to the waterfalls in Havasu Canyon. It's off to the left as you leave Supai Village, and while it's a bit of a detour to get down to, it's absolutely worth a look. I found the combined upper and lower...More

1  Thank jw572
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Reviewed April 7, 2017

This is the first fall you see on your hike to the campground and it is tempting to just stop and relax but I recommend setting up camp and then coming back. The campgrounds aren't that far once you reach this waterfall.

Thank Marbelyn F
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Reviewed March 16, 2017

This is the warm-up act to Havasupai Falls and Mooney Falls. Great place to rest and think and snack.

Thank Treker650
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Reviewed November 12, 2016

Flash floods in 2008 & 2010 rearranged the area, but now there are 2 beautiful waterfalls with the creek passing through a series of travertine pools in between. Below the lower falls is a large turquoise-colored pool. You can see where the flood cut out...More

2  Thank Harold W
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daren8334
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Response from Harold W | Reviewed this property |
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
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