Saturday, November 18, 2017
HIKING OUTSIDE OF CALI

HIKING OUTSIDE OF CALI

These are the hiking and backpacking places to visit - domestically or abroad.

Completely immersed in shade

HAVASU FALLS Once done exploring Navajo Falls, on our way back to the campground we decided to stop by Havasu Falls and chill there for...

Falls that never seemed to stop flowing

LOWER NAVAJO FALLS A warm morning persisted in the company of gentle breeze. Another view stopped me while walking around Lower Navajo Falls. The cascades had...

Countless braids of waterfalls

LOWER NAVAJO FALLS We moved several hundreds of feet down to Lower Navajo Falls. The sheer size of it topped the upper falls. The countless braids...

Waited for wind to calm down

UPPER NAVAJO FALLS After a snack break, a couple of friends and I jumped into the pool. I wanted to get a full frontal shot...

Little sanctuary that we found ourselves in

UPPER NAVAJO FALLS, AKA FIFTY FEET FALLS Our slow morning adventure was followed by a short hike to Navajo Falls. Those who hike into Havasupai...

Stars dancing above magnificent falls

MOONEY FALLS UNDER STAR TRAILS After hiking down the hills for a bit, I found myself at such an enchanted garden theater! I had never...

And intensely beautiful

HAVASU CREEK A slightly long break at this part of Havasu Creek definitely provided me more time to explore. I wanted to get close to...

Intimate closeup of this almost sacred Havasu Creek

HAVASU CREEK While the rest of the group continued hiking back to the campground, a friend and I took a longer break here at this...

Instantly made us feel at home

CASCADES This waterfalls with no name located between somewhere between Beaver Falls and Mooney Falls was not as popular as either one. A pretty sight...

Forceful nature of this creek water

HAVASU CREEK As hiking back along Havasu Creek, I was often left behind alone due to many stops that I made while taking photos. I...
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