Havasu Falls Campground
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Alarm rings at 3:30 and I bolt awake and immediately start to tear down the tent pack and go. Sleep came in starts and stops my throbbing feet a now familiar state after the first day of a long hike. Several times I awoke in the night and noticed the stars to be incredibly bright directly overhead of the screen in the tent. If I hadn't been so tired I would have crawled out to enjoy them more, but that wasn't happening. A quick ...
... uneven rocky terrain. For the most part the Hermit is easy to follow there are several technical areas causing very slow climbs over rocks to continue on the trail. I have my Garmin watch on for the first 6 Km of the hike, you can check it out here if you like: http://connect.garmin.com/activity/5276 33998
We hike in the first pinkish light of the day and already can feel the warmth gathering. We have a total of 15 Kms to go from ...
... from each, their were very few Navajo flags - most were US flags or Arizona state flags.
Stopped at the Navajo Bridge over the Colorado River before turning onto the Lee's ferry Road. Great drive along the valley with the sheer Vermilion Cliffs to our west. It's quite a specky drive!
Found and booked into the Lee's Ferry campground which is situated on a low bluff above and set back about ...
10-17-2013 – 10-20-2013 We were so lucky to drive up to register as the park ranger was accepting a cancellation. Kismet! The campground is FULL, now that we are here!
Breathtaking, immense! Dry air and sunny bright skies… our cameras were not equipped to address the bright light to best capture the variety of colors in the cliff walls carved by the Colorado River over 17 million years. Hard to explain the vast size on ...
... temperatures in this part of the world high enough to cook us in our shoes, we decided a dawn start would be the way to go. As such, we decided to sleep the night in the carpark at the top, before making the descent at first light.
As it turned out, the view from the top was pretty special in it's own right, so we celebrated our upcoming adventure with bubbles and any perishable food we had left, while watching the sun sink behind ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHavasu Falls Campground Supai
The campground was simple. Unnumbered lots tucked away in Havasu Canyon. The amazing blue-green waters running right through the middle. They have spring water available that tasted good and I believe 4 sets of toilets though out the 1/2 mile long campground. The only issue I had was that, though toilets were available, most did not have locks and the toilet set back just far enough that you cant hold the door shut.
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