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Mooney Falls, Supai

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  • This is such a beautiful place hidden in the Grand Canyon. It is worth the climb down the ladders and chains along the canyon wall. 
    This is such a beautiful place hidden in the Grand Canyon. It is worth the climb down the ladders and chains along the canyon wall.  more »
  • Well after the super awesome scary climb down the wet slippery rock face...WE got ENGAGED at the bottom!!! So it will always be a super memorable spot for me. But the water is amazing, there is a... 
    Well after the super awesome scary climb down the wet slippery rock face...WE got ENGAGED at the bottom!!! So it will always be a super memorable spot for me. But the water is amazing, there is a...  more »
  • This waterfall is simply awesome! It is the largest in Havasupai and the largest I have ever witnessed first hand. 
    This waterfall is simply awesome! It is the largest in Havasupai and the largest I have ever witnessed first hand.  more »
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  • I highly recommend to watch video before you go to MooneyFalls and be readyto get there. After you get at the campground you are going to see this Amazing Falls, take the time to enjoy and take picture. Thi falls is absolutely amazing I was speechless, only want to ear and feel what the mother nature has for us. Please DO NOT LET trash in this paradise. Enjoy and be careful always there is some risk but worthy I promise you
  • One of the main attractions of Havasupai, Mooney Falls is well worth the trouble to get to. The views of the waterfall are spectacular and the area around the falls is paradisaical. The climb down to the falls is steep and can be slippery from the spray of the falls. But the chains and ladders that have been anchored into the rock are sufficient for most everyone to get up and down. Most adults should have no problems with the climb. Once you are down at the Falls, soak in the splendor of the area. Mooney Falls itself is amazing, but there are shallow pools all around for wading and soaking. Around the corner from the waterfall there is a tree perched on the edge of small, picturesque waterfall with a rope swing attached to one of the branches. Also, please be courteous and pack out your garbage. We saw way too many discarded water bottles and food wrappers. Keep this place beautiful.
  • Wow this was a magical experience! The hike in is kind of rough, and the hike out is really rough, but the beauty and mystique of this place is unmatched. This is one of the most beautiful places I've visited in the world. There are about 3 major waterfalls on the grounds with an incredible set of falls about 4.5 miles after Mooney. Money Falls is the 3rd major set of falls that are within close range of eachother and the campground. Mooney is definitely an advanced level hike to get to. There are wet rocks you are scaling towards the bottom and rickety ladders you climb down and sketchy chains stuck into the rock. People in front of me turned around and went back up, but I felt fine about it. Just was very cautious and the prize is worth it!
  • One of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. The vast expanse of red, sprinkled with green is broken here by the stunningly turquoise pool of water. The short hike to the foot of the falls is nearly vertical and quite challenging due to the slippery rocks. However, once you scramble down, you are in our own heaven. You can splash around in the pools created by the travertine. Or you can just bask in the sun. Or swing from an impromptu swing onto the next pool. Once you have taken in all the glory of this place, move forward to the adventure of the Beaver Falls.
  • Beautiful falls but a super tricky and somewhat scary climb down. Chains, stakes and ladders keep you from falling down. Go slow and be sure where you step. You need to go down this hike for Mooney and Beaver falls. If you're ill or have difficulty walking I would not recommend. Overall worth the hike and climb down. This place is magical. No food or emergency services nearby.

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