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Havasu Canyon TrailNorthwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Backpack avatar Sep 25 2009
azdesertfather
Backpack31.50 Miles 3,000 AEG
Backpack31.50 Miles1 Day   5 Hrs   30 Mns   
3,000 ft AEG
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Drove through the night, arrived at the hilltop at 2:30a and promptly went to sleep. Tortoise Hiker and rlrjamy arrived at 5:45a, just after I woke up from my catnap in the backseat of my Civic (a little crunched back there!).

Hiked in with rlrjamy & Tortoise Hiker...left hilltop at 6:30a, arrived at checkin in village at 9:00a (3.5 hours). Hiked out the next day on my own...on return left village at 8:30a, arrived at hilltop at noon (4.5 hours). So the actual hike took me 8 hours total from hilltop to village.

Had a great day, except for rlrjamy messing up his big toe trying to get the "perfect picture" atop Mooney Falls...he fell, but thankfully didn't fall very far and only had a messed up toe and plenty of scratches. :D He slept it off that afternoon while Tortoise Hiker and I got several more miles in, taking photos and eating Supai tacos back in the village.

Did a lot of extra hiking/touring while there, which added up extra miles. Went to Mooney Falls a couple of times, Havasu Falls three times, and both of the new rock falls a couple of times. Swam in Havasu and Mooney...gorgeous! And COLD...

Mileage not exact, as GPS overmeasured it at one point. This is the most accurate estimate...
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