Top 10 Waterfalls of the USA

Our Top 10 Best US Waterfalls List consists of the favorites that we’ve personally visited. It’s sure to change as we begin to set our sights closer to home…

Havasu Falls

The moment I had my first glimpse of Havasu Falls, I knew it was somewhere I needed to go. After months of planning, we loaded up our backpacks and made the journey. The trip was worth every single step along the way. 1 Comment*Enter your name*2 characters minimum.Do not change these fields following 4 + […]

Paradise Lost (Havasu Falls)

If you want to see the falls and not deal with the problems associated with the Indian reservation, do this trip in one day. Take the helicopter in, hike down to the falls and then fly-out. Supai village is a dump. There’s garbage strewn about everywhere. The main tourist attraction in town is watching a […]

Unbelievably amazing and will never forget! (Havasupai)

I went on this trip around 2003 or 2004, with my friend’s dad who’s been coming here 8 years in a row. Although the hike was pretty rigorous (those switchbacks were hell!), the views were absolutely breathtaking. Weather was hot, but the falls were just the right temperature. We hiked during the wee hours, about […]

Havasu Falls, Arizona No Longer has Divided Flow

I’m not sure whether this is influenced by the water level or the flash flood in 2008. When we visited Havasu Falls last week, there was a single plume of water surging over the crest. As stunning as this waterfall is, we thought Mooney Falls (a mile or so down stream) was even more impressive. […]

Havasupai Indian Reservation Itinerary – November 28, 2002 to December 1, 2002

This itinerary was of a planned Thanksgiving extended weekend trip to the Havasupai Indian Reservation. The obvious goals were to experience the main waterfalls – Havasu Falls, Mooney Falls, and Navajo Falls…

“Thanksgiving amongst the Havasupai” (Havasu Canyon – November 28, 2002 to December 1, 2002)

The weather forecast had said we would face bad weather today. It certainly looked that way yesterday in Laughlin when dark skies and swaying trees seemed to indicate the arrival of a big storm…