20 miles, great. Nice share and nice pict. Thanks
The falls are part of the Grand Canyon, but not part of the national park as the land is owned by the Supai Tribe, who manage the tourism associated with the waterfalls. There are only three ways to get to the falls: hiking, helicopter, or horses.
We chose to hike the 10 miles down and 10 miles back, spending a day in-between exploring the falls and swimming.
Organized by Arizona Outback Adventures, the trip included the transport from Scottsdale, AZ, a 5- hour drive to the trailhead, all meals, tents, and camping supplies. We brought our own sleeping bags and daypacks and opted to pay a bit more to have our bags carried in by the mules.
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