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Trust me, it's worth the walk

This was my 5th backpack trip in the Grand Canyon, but my first in Havasu Canyon. You will see... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2014
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Spectacular Canyon

I visited the bottom of the Grand Canyon via the Bright Angel trail from the South Rim of the Grand... read more

Reviewed 24 January 2011
Seattle, Washington
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Cascading waterfalls and sky-high cottonwoods mark this canyon, an off shoot of the Grand Canyon, which is reached by a challenging hike and offers many idyllic spots for exploring, picnicking and camping.
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Reviewed 28 May 2014

This was my 5th backpack trip in the Grand Canyon, but my first in Havasu Canyon. You will see raves about the place and I can't add a superlative you haven't already seen. The place is an oasis and garden of eden all in one....More

Date of experience: May 2014
16  Thank GoOSUCowboys
Reviewed 24 January 2011

I visited the bottom of the Grand Canyon via the Bright Angel trail from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon last year and wanted to see a different part of the Grand this time. And from all the trip reports and pictures I've seen...More

Date of experience: March 2010
18  Thank silly_traveler_hiker
Reviewed 14 June 2009

I'm not that used to Tripadvisor, so spent considerable time on a review of Havasupai Falls. I didn't know I had only one chance to put photos up. So I'm using this review to add some more. If you're familiar with Havasu Falls, the flood...More

14  Thank tceng
Reviewed 19 April 2007

The falls are absolutely amazing, the town is horrible. Hundreds of stray dogs, even horses, port-o-potties completely filled (yes it's as disgusting as it sounds). If you can looks past the town and the way the Indians live and treat the land it's a beautiful...More

23  Thank Davis2001r6
Reviewed 19 August 2006

Got an early start at the Hualapai Hilltop. My girlfriend and I spent the night before at the Grand Canyon Caverns Inn a 63 mile drive from the hilltop. With the early start we avoided the heat and carried the recommend amount of water for...More

36  Thank DBW
Reviewed 3 March 2004

This is the best part of the grand canyon!! We visited in May 2003. The hike was not as bad as we had imagined. The hardest part is walking in the deep sand in the village. I cannot describe exactly how I felt when I...More

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George F
8 May 2017|
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Response from Greg C | Reviewed this property |
I agree, it would be virtually impossible to go into the canyon by foot and come back out the same day. Twelve mile round trip in the dry, approach canyon just to get to the head of actual Havasu. Then several more miles to... More
DeWayne D
19 April 2017|
Response from RaktimRay | Reviewed this property |
By siz if you mean six then yes this hike may be a little troublesome. All hike in the grand are not absolute beginner hikes. They require you to be of a certain age and be able to walk on uneven terrain. Plus there are... More