A Waterfall Lover’s Dream, The Confluence from Havasupai Campground Hike In Arizona Passes Cascade After Cascade

Almost every Arizonan has heard of Havasu Falls, but a lesser-known fact is that it shares a trail with four other waterfalls. You can experience them all on The Confluence from Havasupai Campground Trail, a rugged backcountry adventure that leads to where Havasu Creek and the Colorado River become one.

Note: tourism on the Havasupai Reservation is temporarily suspended. Keep an eye on the official website for the latest information about when it will reopen.

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You’ll need a permit to enter the Havasupai Reservation, and they typically sell out months (or sometimes years) in advance. As soon as tourism reopens, make sure to snag one! To learn more about this hike, visit its page on AllTrails.

Have you ever hiked the Confluence Trail from Havasupai Campground Trail? If so, how was the experience? Tell us all about it in the comments, and check out our previous article for another waterfall hike in Arizona that will take your breath away.

Address: Havasu Falls, Arizona 86435, USA