Beaver Falls

MODERATE 6 reviews

Beaver Falls is a 24.4 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Supai, Arizona that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from February until November.

24.4 miles
3517 feet
Out & Back




nature trips

trail running







no shade

private property

no dogs

This trail follows the clearly marked trail starting at the Hualapai Hilltop trailhead into the Havasupai Indian reservation to the Supai Indian Village, to 4 Major Waterfalls (Little Navajo, Havasu, Mooney, and Beaver Falls) and back to the Trailhead.

6 days ago

My absolute favorite hike I’ve ever done. These falls are stunning. You absolutely must have a permit and they sell out (for the entire year) within hours. This place is magical.

1 month ago

We got lost on the way back! It was an awesome trail! Bring snacks and enough water. You will be crossing streams/river few times just fyi.

2 months ago

This is as good as it gets! Best falls in Havasupai and also the least busy as it is farther away from camp. If you have the energy, continue down this trail to the Colorado River!

3 months ago

Ok, so the profile picture you see here is not Beaver Falls itself. I believe that is Mooney Falls, and yes, you would see that on the way, but it
Seems like if you’re calling the hike “Beaver Falls” you should show a picture of Beaver Falls. Also, probably deceiving to call it a 24.4 mile hike. You’re probably not going to do it all in one day. You’re likely staying at the Campground 10 miles in and then maybe the next day you hike past Mooney Falls and then through the river to Beaver Falls. It’s probably 2-3 miles past Mooney. It is an amazing hike. You can’t even believe you’re still in Arizona as you think of Arizona as “Brown” and dry and this is green and lush. It’s probably 2-4 miles past Mooney. You have to cross the river 3 times and walk in it a 4th, so I’d wear water shoes or better yet, hiking sandals. We actually changed out of boots and hid our boots after the descent down Mooney Falls, which is treacherous. Seems like you’d want boots for that portion of the hike. But this hike is amazing and you should do it. Even of the relatively few people who ever get to see Havasu Falls, even fewer get to Beaver, so do it, and get that amazing sense of accomplishment.

26 days ago

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