The Southwest's most famous waterfall, Havasu Falls, can be found on the 10-mile out-and-back hike on the Havasupai Reservation in the Grand Canyon. #waterfallwednesday
The cascades of turquoise water can be found at the end of the trail. You begin the trail with a series of switchbacks through tall cliffs, colorful sandstone, and shale canyon walls, wind your way through the area known as the Narrows, and finally passing from Hualapai Canyon into Havasu Canyon. || Words by Outdoor Project Contributor Allison Mayes, photo by Outdoor Project Contributor @rinisugianto
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Wayyy behind on posting but I did things a little differently for Thanksgiving this year and spent a couple days exploring the Grand Canyon. The crazy stressful rush to beat the sunset at Horseshoe Bend was totally worth it.
Flashback Friday! This was at Eagle Point Grand Canyon West back in 2017. Stopped there for some sightseeing on our drive from Mesa, AZ to Las Vegas, even happened to be wearing the eagle pendant 🙏 Also copped a sick poster/painting from the gift shop🔥