Havasu Falls – Not Sure I Can Add Anything

Havasu Falls Arizona Rusty Ward Hiking

I don’t think there is a lot more to contribute about Havasu Falls that hasn’t already been photographed, said or written about.  I will just completely understate it by saying it is beautiful.  And I do want to share my experience! Not everyone gets an opportunity  to see it in person – you need a permit, it is 9-miles or so hiking one way, it is generally hot out there (upper 90’s in early September), and it isn’t close to anywhere to drive to.

I understand there are a plethora of photos and videos out there of the most popular falls in Arizona  – but, heck,  here are some of mine anyway (and I hope you enjoy):


The water is pretty darn cold, but you get used to it fairly fast.  The last know photo of my sunglasses (I owned them for almost two weeks!):


I have to be honest, I was probably more impressed with Mooney Falls – it is larger and frankly, just as pretty.  I think if it was easier to get to, it would be more popular.

If you do get a chance to go see it, don’t hesitate – it is special and you will be glad you did.


Havasu Falls Arizona Rusty Ward Hiking

Havasu Falls Arizona Rusty Ward Hiking

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2 responses to “Havasu Falls – Not Sure I Can Add Anything”

  1. […] Falls down to Beaver Falls may be the best part of hiking in Havasupi (including the every famous Havasu Falls). About three miles separate the two falls, but it takes longer than you would […]

  2. […] another discussion. Of the many Arizona/Utah hiking experiences I’ve been lucky enough to do (Havasu Falls, Rim to Rim, Lockett Meadow, to name a few), this was one of the […]

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