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 (it is commonly referred to as the Confluence Havasupai), a rugged backcountry adventure that leads to where the Havasu Creek and the Colorado River become one. Come along as we explore the stunningly beautiful spot and hidden gem that is not having its day in the sunlight!
You’ll need a permit to enter the Havasupai Reservation, and they typically sell out months (or sometimes years) in advance. So be sure to move fast in order to snag one! You can get more information about this hike on the official Havasupai / Havasu Falls Campground Reservation website for the latest information about when it will reopen.
Have you ever hiked the Confluence Trail from Havasupai Campground Trail? If so, What was your favorite part? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below.
If you really enjoying hiking, then be sure to check out our previous article about the Massacre Falls Trail, another waterfall hike in Arizona that will take your breath away!
If you’re still in the mood for more Arizona adventures, take a look at this video about beautiful Sedona:
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Adventures in Arizona
Where else can we go hiking in Arizona?
- The Bell Trail at Wet Beaver Creek in Wet Beaver Creek is one of the most beautiful and popular trails in the state.
- The Dorsey and Kelsey Springs Trails in the Coconino National Forest combine to make a 7.3-mile loop that traverses through beautiful Sycamore Canyon.
- Horton Creek Trail #285 is a 7-mile round-trip trail meandering along Horton Creek and features verdant trees and stunning waterfalls.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other fantastic places to go hiking in Arizona.
Where can we go for a weekend getaway in Arizona?
- Camp Verde is a charming small town that offers great fresh farmers markets, outdoor recreational opportunities, wineries, and much more.
- Oracle State Park in the town of Oracle is where folks go to enjoy a wildlife refuge brimming with trails, wildlife, and spectacular beauty.
- Ahwatukee is a charming urban village within the Phoenix city limits that has beautiful accommodations, hiking trails, and golf courses.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other great places to go for a weekend getaway in Arizona.
Where can we go biking in Arizona?
- The Indian Bend Trail in Phoenix extends approximately 12.9 miles and is heavily used by both bicyclists and pedestrians.
- The Kiwanis Park Lakefront Trail in Tempe is a short and sweet trail that circles beautiful Kiwanis Lake.
- The Santa Cruz River Park Trail North in Tucson extends 20 miles and encompasses a great deal of Arizona wildlife.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting places to go biking in Arizona.