Supai Village & Havasu Falls - 16 km
An early breakfast at the hotel will precede our departure for the Hualapai Hilltop and the start of our journey. This trail represents the only land access to Supai Village, home to the Havasupai tribe. The hike begins at 1,645 metres and descends, before leveling off in a beautiful red sandstone canyon. After 13 kilometres of hiking and a descent of 600 metres, we arrive at the Supai Village, where the Havasupai Indians have made their home for many centuries. Historically they hunted and gathered on the upper plateau during the winter months before moving into the canyon for the spring and summer, where they tended to their gardens. The Supai village now boasts a small café, post office, school, church, clinic, police station, and a general store. All this without access by vehicle! A further 3 kilometres brings us to Havasu Campground. Amenities include picnic tables, spring water, and port-o-let toilets. A spectacular dinner and exploration of nearby Havasu Falls will round off the day.