Join me on a full day hike to Havasu Falls!
Part 2: https://youtu.be/Tvm18ma7VnU
My full guide to hiking Havasupai: https://www.alajode.com/havasu-falls-hiking-havasupai-everything-need-know/
@brendanvanson and I decided to spend a couple of nights at Havasu Falls during our US Southwest road trip. The hike to Havasu Falls is a pretty intense one – especially with three days’ worth of camping equipment on your back – and if you keep going a further 10 miles, you’ll end up at the Grand Canyon. The hike into the village of Supai is about 8 miles and the hike to Havasu Falls is a further 1-1.5 miles, so the hike took us almost a full day. Plus, it didn’t help that I picked up two bad blisters along the way!
In this travel vlog, we hike from the trail head to Havasu Falls. We set up our tent in the campground next to the waterfalls (between Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls) and try to take photos of Havasu Falls before sunset.
After a quick photography session, it’s time to make dinner back at the tent: my first ever freeze-dried meal. After that, it’s time for the camping at Havasu Falls to begin!
This was one of the hardest hikes I’ve ever done, my first time hiking a canyon, and my first time sleeping in a canyon.
Part 2 will be up next Sunday, and I’ll be posting a full guide to hiking Havasu Falls (and getting a reservation at the Havasu Falls campground!) on my travel blog soon: alajode.com
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