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Trip of a lifetime!! I went the last week in September of 2019. The weather was perfect. Highly recommend doing research before consider getting permits. We didn’t meet an unfriendly soul. Be respectful and always carry out what you carry in. God definitely did some of his best work at Havasupai.

Combined this with Brins Mesa summit and it was a great hike. August 2019

Great trail, well marked, but missed the turn to Dutchman on the backside. Went CCW and found that was best choice, water still in springs and pools. Highly recommend, beautiful views. 4.2 hours with a stop for lunch.

wandern
15 hours ago

This trail is challenging with rewarding views at the end. It’s about 5 mins round trip and took my group maybe 3.5 hours to complete. I would 100% hike this trail again.

Somewhat more than moderate trail because of a couple of adventurous spots. Beautiful along the way though. Big descent at start so big ascent at finish. Not too bad though. After 1.7 mi or so is the beautiful water hole seen in the pics everywhere. After that we ran into a seeming dead end only to have someone who had been thru show us a teeny ledge over the water to pass over. Lean into the rock and go. Then you find a great sun spot over super quiet lagoon like area. Finally we hit a real dead end about half mile short of parson Springs. Tried to find a creek crossing but to no avail. Anyone with hints for the next time? Two stone hopping crossings along the way. Poles helped.

wandern
20 hours ago

Preface.... this is my 5th hike since moving to Phoenix area in late November. I'm the recipient of a double knee replacement a couple years back on the second one. Out of shape and just looking for something to push me. This is that trail, by far the most difficult trail and got off course a couple of times. But I will 100% be back to make the summit, I made about 2/3 and body decided we had enough. I'd rate it difficult++ lots of climbing over boulders and up sides of rocks. when I'm in shape, this one is definitely on the repeat hike list.

Fun hike! We only had a few hours before sunset so we got about 3/4 mile to the top. Great hike with some scrambling up and down some rocks but parts were also runnable. Lots of cactus, a few minor water crossings. Pretty views of Tucson at sunset. I’d like to go back and get to the top with more time.

wandern
scrambling
steinig
1 day ago

My daughter and I hiked this trail today. We started at 2:30 pm and finished at 5:30 pm. The only problem we had was locating the trail when we descended from the top. Fortunately we found the white arrows, but we got a little worried because it was getting late.

Gorgeous trail! Very easy to follow, just take your time when you come across creek beds and look for the cairns. Still a decent amount of water but unfortunately the water fall wasn’t going. I went counter clockwise but would probably go the other way next time because I get nervous on steep rocky descents. Took me 5 hours as a slow hiker with good breaks. Beautiful views for pretty much the entire hike

6 mi return, 2500 ft, 6 hrs: 2.5 up+lunch+2 down. Dramatic lunch spot.

wandern
steinig
1 day ago

A really nice hike If you’re looking for a most of the day walk. We did the loop counter clockwise which worked out nicely as we finished with the steepest part as a downhill and in the shade. There’s still water in several of the shaded and protected drainages. A great hike if you’re in decent shape and have a good pair of boots.

wandern
eisig
schnee
scrambling
steinig
2 days ago

Icy in parts, specifically on the north facing slopes. Although the ice is limited to small areas it is still potentially dangerous in those areas.

I hiked this trail in August 2019. Started out at 4AM, reached North rim around noon and spent the night at the backpacker’s tent site. Hiked back the next morning and finished it again around noon that day. It’s been my favorite hike so far. Will definitely do it again in the near future.

Made it to juniper basin. It’s always fun to hike in saguaro— one of my favorite natl parks.

wandern
2 days ago

Great hike! The third river crossing is tricky, look for cairns. Cairning is caring

Really adventurous and fun hike with great views. Did this today CCW. Total 9.23 miles, 1482 feet up, 3:34 time. I’d recommend good hiking shoes and plenty of water. No cell reception throughout most of the hike. Prepare well with downloaded maps and enough food and water. The trail is easy to follow but there are a few sections where it seems to disappear. The app will guide you really well but keep your eyes open around the 4.1 mile mark CCW and when you’re hiking in the creek bed around 6.2. Follow the rock cairns and the app. If there’s a lot of water you may lose the trail at first sight. Next time I’d do this CW. Going CCW you end up descending all the technical rock section on the last 3 miles. I’d prefer climbing that. My toes and knees took a lot of abuse today through the rocks. Be sure to stop for pictures. Some great views along the way!

Finished in about 8 hours. Started at 7:15am ended around 3:30/4pm. Full from south khabib trail to phantom ranch and back up bright angel trail. Best hike of my life so far

wandern
eisig
schnee
steinig
2 days ago

Loved the trail until we got to the last section to go up to the needle. Although cairns are plentiful, there were some rogue cairns. Follow the trail using the app! I probably wouldn’t want to go all the way to the needle again, but peralta trail was as always amazing

Cool and cloudy today, about 55 degrees. Perfect hiking weather!

Did trail on 1/16/19, caught the first shuttle and started on trail at 6:10. Used crampons for the first 1.5, puffer jacket and two under layers. By the tine we got to tip off I was wearing just the bottom base layer. Spent some time at the bottom to eat lunch and explore, checked out pipe creek beach on the way up and made it out at 4 o’clock. The last three miles are the hardest of the day. No water on the south kaibab trail, water at the 3 mile and 1.5 mile resthouses are out. Just used a 3L camelback that I refilled once, few rx bars, trail mix, beef jerky, electrolyte packs, and skittles was more than enough. Pack as light as possible.

wandern
3 days ago

Beautiful hike today up Phoneline and connecting to Sabino Canyon Trail, Only saw two others on way up, none on hike out. Used the Tram Road on return to parking area and Sabino Creek was flowing over six of the bridges, and very high volume over two of those six. Early morning start makes for completely shaded trail for first four miles on Phoneline, very helpful in summer months.

on Little Horse

wandern
schlammig
3 days ago

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