Havasu Falls: Everything you need to know about the stunning Arizona experience

The dry and barren trail through Havasu Canyon refuses to give up the secret of what waits just eight miles away: an oasis of tumbling waterfalls and lush greenery, with turquoise pools that would seem more at home in Hawaii than in a remote corner of Arizona.

That’s precisely the draw of Havasupai Falls, a roughly four-mile gorge in the Grand Canyon carved over the eons by spring-fed Havasu Creek.

The Havasupai Tribe has for years opened its land to those wishing to explore what may well be the Southwest’s most beautiful tourist destination.

But hiking Havasu Canyon isn’t easy. There are numerous considerations: permits, reservations, weather, hike difficulty and trip planning.

Here are answers to the big questions about planning a Havasupai Falls hike…


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