“Roads? Where we’re going we don't need roads!”
Buckle up because we’re about to take one hell of a ride in the DeLorean. Let’s throw it back to October 21st, 2016. The weekend All Good decided to go chasing those Havasupai Waterfalls. An expedition that was so rad we had to bring it back!
Havasupai is located on the south rim of the Grand Canyon. “Havasu” means “blue-green water” and “pai” means “people." Nine miles into our journey we came across the Navajo Falls which truly lives up to its blue-green name. It was the perfect spot to sit back, relax and enjoy the tea cup pools surrounding the thirty foot waterfall. Tired but extremely satisfied with our day we suddenly found ourselves shocked and unprepared for the beauty that the night sky provided.
Day Two had just as much excitement in store for us. Our first stop was Mooney Falls and getting there turned out to be quite the adventure. We made our way through caves, carved out steps and clung to chains to lower ourselves down. When we reached the bottom looking up at a two hundred and ten foot waterfall made all our hard work worth it.
If you’re anything like me The Grand Canyon is on the top of your bucket list, but Havasupai? Now that’s a dream I assumed would never come true. Rumor has it that obtaining a permit is harder than the actual hike into the falls. So before you start singing, "don't go chasing waterfalls..." let the All Good Crew do the dirty work for you. All Good is bringing the Havasupai Expedition back and this time we want you to join us! With just five spots available, secure your spot today and we will make what seems like an unattainable dream a reality!