I went back to my favorite place in Arizona to camp, the waterfalls of the Havasupai Tribe. There’s no place more beautiful and remote in the state.
It’s a 10-mile hike to the campsites from Hualapai Hilltop. So you’ll need to fuel up. Bring lots of water!
With a heavy backpack filled with all your belongings this can be a grueling hike. Many people pay the fee to have their packs carried down by mules, while others ride horseback.
|You’ll see lots of these on the trail. They have the right of way, too.
|While this sign says you’re almost there, you must still get to the tourist office and then hike 2 miles to the campsites.
|But it will be worth it.
I highly recommend paying the $85 fee to be helicoptered out!
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