Jake and Brandon play and sing for the passengers on a side hike into Blacktail Canyon.
Lunch stop with no shade? Set up the canopy and make some. As always, wading in the cold river provides instant refreshment.
100 foot Deer Creek Falls is a must see.
Elves Chasm waterfall and lush vegetation.
Jacob Snyder parks the boat at the rocky ledges at the mouth of Havasu Creek.
Playing frisbee on the beach at camp.
Hiking up Havasu Creek Canyon. Except for a few narrow spots, most of the hike is quite easy, and magnificent.
The hike up Havasu Creek involves some wading, a good excuse to get into the famous light blue waters.
Jake and Issac talk while the passengers view the scenery from inside the boat after another “down and in” major rapid run.
Last camp of the 7-day trip: Surprise Camp, just below the mouth of Surprise Canyon, Mile 249.
River guides Jake, Brandon, Cassie, and Issac prepare dinner at Surprise Camp.
Grand Canyon beach camping: Pitch your tent, or sleep under the stars, along the river’s edge.
Canyoneers rowed inflatable boat in Grand Canyon.
Dayhikes allow you to experience the Grand Canyon up close.