The Confluence from Havasupai Campground

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The Confluence from Havasupai Campground is a 11.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Supai, Arizona that features a waterfall and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, rock climbing, and backpacking and is accessible year-round.

DISTANCE
11.7 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
2,762 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

backpacking

hiking

rock climbing

cave

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

rocky

scramble

off trail

no dogs

This hike is part of a multi-day backpacking trip in the Havasu Creek Canyon. You cannot drive directly to this hike. Please consult AllTrails' other hikes in this area if you are determining how to reach the Havasupai Campground. A permit is required from Havasupai Indian Reservation. These permits are very sought after and booked well in advance! Most hikers either stay at the Havasupai Lodge in Supai, or the Havasupai Campground near Havasu Falls. The map shown here has the hiker starting at the Havasupai Campground. If you stay at the lodge, add several miles to the length of the trip listed here. This hike passes Havasu, Mooney, and Beaver Falls, eventually reaching the confluence with the Colorado River. It can be very difficult and technical at times. Be prepared to do some route-finding and get wet. This would likely be a 3 day trip. First day from trailhead, through Supai, to the campground near Havasu Falls. Second day, campground to the confluence and back, then third day hiking back to the trailhead.

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