Havasu Falls was the most beautiful and the toughest hike I have done to date.
10 miles in (decline) + 10 miles out (incline) with our heavy packs, and another 5-6 miles to get to the different waterfalls. On your way in, you will pass by the Supai Village where living conditions are poor. You will also see the use of mules/horses to transfer items/packs for campers, many stray dogs that hike with you along the way, all was a sad sight to see. Makes you wonder how the money is being distributed/utilized or if there is even enough funds going through.
If you do go to Havasu Falls, do it the right way and hike in/out with your packs. Not going to lie, we wanted to pay to helicopter out. I am glad we got turned away.
It was a rewarding experience, but it was also eye opening to see some Native American lands. You see all these beautiful pictures, but people rarely talk about the conditions for the people and animals.
Jason and I had a great day at Cheaha gettin' my photography class homework in for Monday. I have been able to take some really awesome photos, thanks to this class, and I am loving it! #dreamywaterfalls
2 929 March, 2015
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