I'm not that used to Tripadvisor, so spent considerable time on a review of Havasupai Falls. I didn't know I had only one chance to put photos up. So I'm using this review to add some more. If you're familiar with Havasu Falls, the flood made big changes to the landscape. Standing at the edge of the Big Gully between 50 Foot Falls and the old Havasu Falls bridge is awe-inspiring, considering the flood was a small to medium event. The new smaller falls below Fifty Foot are elegant and are fun places to swim.
If you are a geologic person, a trip to Havasu Creek will be a very memorable trip. If you're a hydologist, there are classic hydrologic event to observe here. If you're an ecologist, you've got a chance to see Havasu Creek riparia at ground zero and measure for the future from that.
A general observation of many reviews is the taciturn nature of Havasupai tribal members. Many Native American people respond to a little personal warmth and a smile. I'd bet with a little effort, one might get a smile. There are some pretty good places to sit in front of the Post Office and Community Center about 6 AM in summer. It's very refreshing when the plaza is geting hosed down to settle the first dust of the day. Tell White Owl chris says hello.
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