Beaver Falls Strenuous


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Location: Supai, Havasupai Reservation, Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County
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Height: ~40 ft.
Access:   hike   nodog  
Distance: 13 miles (1 way)
Elevation: 5200 ft (-2600 ft)
Season: Mar-Oct
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Lat/Long:36.28150, -112.73930
Directions:From I-40 at Seligman, take exit 123 and drive 33 miles west on Hwy #66 to Indian Road 18. Turn right and drive 60 miles to parking lot at Hualapai Hilltop (at end of the road). Indian Road 18 can also be accessed from Kingman, by driving ~50 miles east on Hwy #66 (~6 miles past Peach Springs). There are no services after Seligman (or Kingman).

Beaver Falls is reached by continuing on the trail past Mooney Falls another 2 miles (for a 6 mile RT hike from the campground). It involves a few creek crossings (which could be up to waist deep), and one descent down a steep section in which you need to repel down using a rope. We did not go on the hike to Beaver Falls, because it is impossible to get down there with a baby. Next time we are here (and we will definitely return some day), we want to get down to Beaver Falls and possibly continue on the trail all the way down to the Colorado River (another 4 miles past Beaver Falls).

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Other waterfalls nearby:

Mooney Falls 2.11 miles
Havasu Falls 2.89 miles
Navajo Falls 3.06 miles
Supai Falls 3.22 miles

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