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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Trail to Havasu Canyon

Hualapai Canyon

The trailhead is about 60 miles (96.5 km) north of Old Route 66 at the end of Indian 18 at Hualapai Hilltop.  Read more.


22 comments:

Carolyn Ford said...

This is absolutely awesome! It must have been beautiful beyond words. I am really loving looking at these photos!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I have to agree with Carolyn, this is awesome!! What a beautiful place. I would love to have gone with you on your trip but can assure you I would never have left there.

Bibi said...

Ah, such beauty. Wonderful, and I'll bet it's quiet, too. Whadja have for dinner?

Martha Z said...

Your not nearly as jealious as I am! There is an Elderhostel that hikes into the canyon, I wonder if I can swing it. No, he'd starve if I weren't here to feed him.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh wow! such beauty. I walked with you and I am footsore too. MB

Jo said...

Absolutely amazing landscape,, Gaelyn. The last photo looks like a scene from a movie! I wish I was there, but your post has taken me along anyway. (((Hugs))) Jo

eileeninmd said...

Sounds like a hard hike but well worth it. One would never know that a village is a the bottom of the canyon. Great photos, Gaelyn

Firefly said...

It must be a stunning feeling walking with those cliffs towering overhead. Even better must be discovering the stream running through such a dry and hot area.

Sankara Subramanian C said...

Brilliant pictures! Esp love the first one!

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

America is Beautiful. Thanks for sharing your world.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What an adventure. I bet you were tired.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: Looks like you arrived and what a wonderful place to visit.

Jazz said...

Oh, oh, oh... I'm so thrilled to be seeing pics of the southwest again. How I love the Southwest.

Ishtar said...

What a visual treat!

blog with no name said...

Your hike was to a magical place!

Can't wait till I see how you captured the bluegreen water and the falls themselves!

Dr. Livingston aint got nothin on you woman!

susie said...

Thanks for the walk down memory lane, but I wish they had had a lodge when I was hiking down there 30 years ago. Had to carry everything, food, tent, sleeping bag, clothes. But worth every step and every pound of gear!

Elaine said...

What a lovely afternoon hike. Hearing the running water must have been a welcome sound.

Carolyn said...

Gaelyn, that is an amazing hike. Who would have thought that there was anything but rock down there when taking in the scenery from the top. Absolutely beautiful photos. Look forward to tomorrows pictures.
Smiles

Diane AZ said...

"Walking on a foot of marbles for 6 miles" sounds very difficult! I sure am enjoying your pictures. :)

Craver Vii said...

Owee, my feet have sympathy pain for you.

Rambling Woods said...

sometimes I have dreams that I am out on a long walk as I used to do and it is so lovely...enjoy this Gaelyn... Michelle

Ruth said...

Beautiful scenery. I didn't know the San Francisco Peaks were snow-covered in the winter. I took pictures of them last year from the South Rim.

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