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Mooney Falls, Supai

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • Mooney Falls is a magical place that requires mature thinking and a kid's sense of adventure. Think first, play hard! Yes, the trail through tunnels, chains and ladders should be taken seriously. It's...  read more »
  • I can't say enough about climbing down and back up the cliffs at Mooney Falls..I'm 56 years old and felt like a ten year old again..FUN!! 
  • Amazing cool experience! We stayed two nights in Havasupai camp and Mooney Falls is right next door. To come down, it is a part of climbing, but not as severe. We went on to the Beaver falls which was even better.
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  • My favorite waterfall in Havasupai. Climbing down may require a little courage and care for some but most people won't have any trouble making it down the series of ladders, chains and caves to the bottom. One down adventurers are greated a blast of mist and air blowing away from the waterfalls impact zone. Jump in for a swim and try the tree swing off to the side of the pools. Just remember to check your depth before jumping into a pool!
  • This was such a beautiful fall. A must see and worth the 11 mile hike from the Supai hilltop parking lot. If you decide to hike down to the actual waterfall, it's just a little scary but manageable task. It will take going down some rocky stairs, going through two caves, a few wooden ladders and using chains. You descend at your own risk as the sign posted states. Enjoy.
  • Stunning. Super fun decent.. You need to visit this place.
  • My favorite part of the waterfalls from this creek. 3.2 miles from Supai Village, and about 1 mile past Havasu Falls. The hike down through the cave and rocks can be semi treacherous, some rock stairs, caves, wooden ladders, and chains. 100% worth the effort.
  • A slight hike from the Havasu campground but well worth it. Beautiful like the other falls and the hike there is well carved out and beautiful in its own right. If you are looking for photos it seems that nearly everyone vacates the area when the sun starts setting so if you can't get a clear shot during the day just come back a little later.
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