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Page Type: Album

Object Title: Havasupai Dayhike

Image Type(s): Hiking

 

Page By: Vladislav

Created/Edited: Jan 2, 2007 / Jan 2, 2007

Object ID: 256199

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lisaeMemories!

lisae

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Thank you for creating this album. I was in Havasu Canyon in April 06; it is a beautiful place.
Posted Jan 2, 2007 7:39 am

VladislavRe: Memories!

Vladislav

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Thank you, Lisa. I am glad you liked the album. Havasupai is a fantastic place. We only had one day to hike in, explore, and hike out. Next time I will spend more time down there. Did you see Beaver Falls or Fiftyfoot Falls when you were there? We had to turn around before reaching Beaver Falls, and I simply couldn't find Fiftyfoot Falls although they were on my map.
Vlad.
Posted Jan 2, 2007 6:04 pm

lisaeRe: Memories!

lisae

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Down and up Havasu Canyon in one day is quite a hike.

We didn't go all the way to Beaver Falls, as we were tired, and we definitely didn't see Fifty Foot Falls. Are they below Beaver Falls? Next time you go, I recomend Navaho Falls. There is a wonderful swimming hole behind the trees that shield the falls. We also hiked up Carbonate Canyon, which was fun.
Posted Jan 2, 2007 6:12 pm

VladislavRe: Memories!

Vladislav

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According to the map at Topozone, the Fiftyfoot Falls are above Navajo Falls. However this map is the only place I found where they are mentioned. I wonder if they collapsed...
Yes, I agree that Navajo Falls could be best for swimming. They shy away from being photographed though, hiding behind those trees.
Posted Jan 2, 2007 6:41 pm

lisaeNavajo Falls

lisae

Voted 10/10

I did take some nice pictures of my companions swimming across the creek to get back from Navajo Falls; but didn't want to swim my camera across to take close up pictures.
Posted Jan 2, 2007 7:04 pm

Dmitry PrussDoes it require as much permit pain

Dmitry Pruss

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if you just do a dayhike?
Posted Feb 1, 2007 2:22 pm

VladislavRe: Does it require as much permit pain

Vladislav

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Well, you still have to stop by the office in Supai and pay $20 per person. I think the trip is well worth it though. I am not sure how much you have to pay if you camp but I think it's more than that. We didn't make reservations in advance. Since we were hiking in December, I did not think it was necessary. We were the only group dayhiking. There were 3 other groups camping when we were there.
Vlad.
Posted Feb 3, 2007 1:23 am

Liba Kopeckovagreat photos and infor

Liba Kopeckova

Voted 10/10

Hi Vlad,
I was planning to do something similar - just a day hike in 2 weeks. Thanks for beautiful photos. I think that I will not go further than Money Falls.
Posted Sep 15, 2009 10:31 am

VladislavRe: great photos and infor

Vladislav

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Enjoy it! No need to go further than Mooney. The scenery becomes more subdued there. I would suggest climbing down to the bottom of Mooney Falls though. That way you get a different perspective and get close to that blue blue water. If you go with Duchess, be careful, there are a lot of stray dogs in Supai.
Vlad.
Posted Sep 18, 2009 9:38 pm

Liba KopeckovaRe: great photos and infor

Liba Kopeckova

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Thanks Vlad...
Posted Sep 19, 2009 9:02 am

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