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If you explore enough, you are certain to have an area all to yourself. My friends and I erected a rope swing which provided hours of entertainment.
Written Feb 25, 2003
Favorite thing: The best time to vist Supai is during the month of May. Go too soon and you may see some flash floods, after October the water is FREEZING cold! Temperatures in the summer months soar into the hundreds. The hike in to the reservation is a solid 11 miles. Count on another 2 1/2 to reach the camp grounds. Hiking in is the EASY part...because it is entirely downhill. Hiking out is absolute hell because it is entirely uphill. Each year I do this hike I swear it is the last time, but something keeps me coming back time and time again. i will never forget the faces of the weary travelers I encountered on my way down. They all ask the same question of me. "How much farther?" I always tell the truth..remebering the hikes where incoming campers gazed at me sympathetically and lied through their teeth "Oh, it is just around the corner" they would say. HA!
Fondest memory: The first time I viewed Havasu Falls I had to pinch myself. Could such a place exist? The coolest thing is scaling the rocks aside the falls to discover a little nesting area safely behind the falls. In my younger years I eagerly dove through the falls with my friends. The force of the water pushed me down and then spit me out to the surface. Absolutely exhilerating!
Updated Mar 18, 2003