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Havasupai Waterfall Camping!!!

It's finally here! Havasupai, here we come!
We will do the 4 day/3 night option

Havasupai is considered perhaps the most beautiful place in America.

Check out the Mooney Falls video from Havasupai.  You do not have to do Mooney Falls, but you definitely should.  It's amazing!!!  :-)

http://youtu.be/rlSilxItZqM

My Flight Itinerary:

TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2014

Flight/Terminal:  199-A     Duration: 03 h 10 min

Leave Houston, TX - Intercontinental 10:30 PM

Arrive Las Vegas, NV 11:40 PM

TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 2014

Flight/Terminal:  298-1     Duration: 02 h 52 min

Leave Las Vegas, NV 1:24 AM  

Arrive Houston, TX - Intercontinental 6:16 AM

How it works:
We fly into Vegas on Wednesday afternoon and rent an SUV to carpool out to the Havasupai Trailhead parking lot. We sleep there overnight. The next morning at 4am we start our hike into the canyon.

We enjoy 3 days and 3 nights of spectacular waterfalls and hikes before hiking or flying out via helicopter on the 4th day. If you cannot hike into the canyon, you can take the helicopter in too.

Some people use mules to pack their gear in and out. After seeing the condition of many of the horses and mules while there (and seeing carcasses along the trail), I strongly recommend against it. Plan to pack in your stuff or have the helicopters bring it in. Pack as light as possible.  If you need proof of why you should not use the mules, I will be happy to provide photos.

See all the details here: http://www.meetup.com/VegasHikers/events/159671782/

The cost of this trip option is $125. This only covers the actual Havasupai camping fees. You will still need to buy a plane ticket, chip in for the rental car, and get your gear and food.

In case you didn't see the email I sent out...  Even though the event is sold out on the Vegas Hikers site and at the Havasupai Visitor's Center, I am in contact with the leader of that group.  He said he's pretty sure he will be able to work something out with us to make sure you guys can go.  Hopefully, we will end up with about 12 spots.  I have set up the actual posting to accept Paypal.  If you want to make payment under my posting, as the Vegas leader makes spaces available I will pay for your spots in the order you make your Paypal payments.  When he lets me know about an opening, I will need to pay for it immediately.  Do not contact them directly about this.  I don't want this to become a pain in the butt for Paul and cause him to cancel the offer.  Thanks!

There is the possibility of going to the Grand Canyon for a couple of days afterward if people are interested.  We will have a meet & greet in a few weeks to discuss the details of this trip along with appropriate gear and prep.  See you there!

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  • Alex

    Best camping/hiking experience. Glad it's checked off my to do list.

    June 20, 2014

  • Boaz A.

    Camping under the trees and near the river was wonderful

    June 19, 2014

  • Sean

    One of the most beautiful places I had the pleasure to visit. The falls were incredible. Thank you J-Bo for making this a reality.
    Oh, and hikers beat the copter. Booyaa!

    1 · June 18, 2014

  • Sneha

    Great trip!! It's one of the best places I have ever seen. Can't wait to be back. Jennifer, thanks for organizing and planning it so well. Had loads of fun :)
    Amazing pictures...credits to you ;)
    Alex, thanks for being our EMT :)

    June 18, 2014

    • Alex

      Your welcome.

      June 18, 2014

  • Julee

    Wow, what a great trip. Hate to miss it. Welcome back! Thanks for the photos.

    June 18, 2014

  • Erin

    It was gorgeous there.

    June 16, 2014

  • Cheryl Y

    Arriving Wednesday on United #1076 at 10:16a
    My ticketed return is not until Tuesday but will head to the airport Monday to 'standby' for an earlier flt.

    I want to stand by for the early REDEYE out of Vegas at 1a Monday so will share a ride over with anyone on that flight

    Is Victoria hiking in Friday? My horse is 3 legged lame and needs daily care. Meeting her Friday May be an option if the horse is still too lame when I check him out Tuesday. If he is really bad I can't leave him for so long but would feel ok asking for help with him a few days.
    My fingers are crossed. Not only do I want to hike the area but I have spent oodles of time and money into this

    June 10, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      We will probably be at Beaver Falls on Friday when you get in, but we will mark our table at camp. Check out the tables as you walk through the campground. I will have a Hennesy Hammock set up with a blue throw inside. I will also have a red dry sack hanging from a tree with my food in it. I will also tell the Native Ranger at the beginning of the campground to watch out for a pretty, perky blonde and direct her to our general area. Check in with them when you hit the horse corral at the beginning of the campground. :-)

      June 10, 2014

  • Alex

    Hello everyone I got the rental van. Get a hold of me at[masked] at least an hour out. Going to explore the city.

    June 10, 2014

  • Alex

    Just so you all know bush was busy this morning. Took almost 2 hrs to get to gate.

    June 10, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    Josh decided he wants to keep my car while he's gone. His car had massive heart failure yesterday. I will not need my parking reservation, and I cannot cancel it. If anyone wants to use it, the cost was $29.50 for our entire stay. The reservation number is 1402356477. You just park at Homewood Suites IAH at 1340 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. East, Houston, TX 77032. Their number is[masked]-9100. Park and check in at the front desk of the hotel. Then catch the airport shuttle in front. It runs every hour on the hour, but I have found they are pretty flexible and generally just run back and forth continuously. Let me know if you would like to use the reservation. Thanks!

    June 10, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    I need everyone to post or email me their flight itineraries asap so I can plan some airport pickups for you and know when I should contact next of kin. :-)

    June 9, 2014

    • Boaz A.

      Erin, same flight. See you at the airport.

      1 · June 10, 2014

    • Alex

      I get to Vegas at 854 am on the 10 tue and leave the mon16th 0910 pm.

      June 10, 2014

  • Sean

    I had to reduce my stash, to get it to fit my pack. Weighing in at 29lbs (without water). This should be fun.

    June 9, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    I am packing and just discovered that my case containing $400 in sd and micro-sd cards for my cameras is gone. I don't know if it fell out of my camera bag at some point or what. Im praying it turns up somewhere. At any rate, if any of you have SD or micro-SD cards I can use during the trip, I would greatly appreciate it. I can do a memory dump at the hotel in Vegas when we get back from Havasupai and give them right back to you. Thanks!

    June 9, 2014

    • Yogi

      Jennifer, i have an extra SD card. U can take it and give it back with all ur pics ;)

      June 9, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      Catastrophe averted! I found my SD case in the magical portal to Narnia that is commonly referred to as "under my bed." :-)

      June 9, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    Heads up. I always use Greenbee parking for my trips. Go to greenbeeparking.com. You park at a nearby hotel, and the hotel shuttle takes you to the airport and back for free. For the entire time we are gone, it will cost $29. Not bad for a week of parking if you don't have a ride.

    June 9, 2014

  • Erin

    Is anyone else concerned about the heat or have any valuable advice.

    June 8, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      Hydration is key...with electrolytes is even better. I strongly recommend adding Gatorade powder to your water. Heat is my Kryptonite, and that one thing makes a huge difference in how I tolerate it. A wet bandana around the neck also helps. We are starting the hike in early. That way we will be in the dark or in the shade of the canyon for most of the initial hike to camp. Once we are at camp, it won't be too terrible.

      June 8, 2014

  • Cheryl Y

    Oh! THAT water bag! Lol
    I got a camelback!
    Thanks for all the info everyone!

    June 8, 2014

  • Sneha

    Question: My sleeping bag is attached to my backpack from outside, does the airline authority (spirit) let you check in such baggage? I have only one checked bag allowed FYI I am keeping my day pack inside my backpack

    June 8, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      I am packing my backpack plus clothes for Las Vegas inside a cheap duffle bag I got from Academy for under $10. That is what I suggest.

      June 8, 2014

    • Sneha

      Got it! Thanks :)

      June 8, 2014

  • Cheryl Y

    Couple last minute planning questions:
    Water bag? What size? What exactly are these used for? Do I need one? I will bring baggies for camera, etc.
    Will we really hang our food? What kind of bag is used for that? Can I just bring a kitchen garbage bag?
    Do I have to make advance res to have the copter take my pack out on Sunday?
    What time are we expecting to get back into Vegas? I am planning a flight at 3 but there is one at 1P, too.
    Anyone bring cards or anything like that? Euchre anyone?
    Any tips on how to attach hiking poles to backpack for checked baggage? Assuming we will have to check those (?)

    June 8, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      3 liters to drink. You need one. We will hang food unless you want animals chewing through your tent. I would use a cheap dry sack. No on the advance reservation. We will not be back until 8 pm or so on Sunday. You will need the poles to fit in your bag.

      June 8, 2014

    • Boaz A.

      Water bag? What size? What exactly are these used for? Do I need one? - Yes, for water. I prefer Platypus, they are lighter.
      Will we really hang our food? What kind of bag is used for that? Can I just bring a kitchen garbage bag? - No need to bring one. You can share a bag.
      Do I have to make advance res to have the copter take my pack out on Sunday? - I believe not. Cheryl will answer this question better. Any tips on how to attach hiking poles to backpack for checked baggage? - I am doing what Cheryl did. I have a large duffle bag that I put my Backpack and gear in, including poles.

      June 8, 2014

  • Erin

    Hi. I called the tour office and was told that helicopters are only available Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday. So, I will rent a mule in advance and then helicopter it out. Hope this helps just in case you planned to use the helicopter.

    June 5, 2014

    • Sean

      I think going down should be ok. Then you have time to ponder your pack weight issue before we climb back up. Your pack will be lighter on the way up. If it still is an issue, I'd double check what you are bringing with someone knowledgable. It is a fine art in reducing pack weight. Plus we should be able to share some items. Water is avail at camp. We will all help one another however we can. If all else fails, then pay to take pack up. Why don't you list your items for us to comment on. Did you weigh your pack loaded?

      June 5, 2014

    • Erin

      Wait, if we hike in on Thursday then I should be able to fly it in. Hopefully.

      June 5, 2014

  • Boaz A.

    Jennifer?, How about Indian, Thursday evening June 5th at 07:00pm at London Grill, 59 and Hillcroft. Have dinner, talk about the trip, routes, day hikes, fun etc. ??

    June 3, 2014

    • Erin

      Yes, I will go.

      June 4, 2014

    • Boaz A.

      The dinner is on! Thursday evening June 5th at 07:00pm at London Grill, 59 and Hillcroft. All Havasupai participants are welcome. See you there

      June 4, 2014

  • Erin

    Hi,
    How do I make plans to helicopter my belongings into camp? Will the helicopters be available at the beginning of the hike or are they available somewhere in between?

    June 3, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      The helicopter pad is at the trailhead. They will not take your things to camp. They will take them to the village. You will then have to take them the 2 miles to camp.

      June 3, 2014

    • Erin

      Thanks.

      June 3, 2014

  • Boaz A.

    Good book (soft cover) on where we are going. Lots of information.
    Exploring Havasupai by Greg Witt.

    June 3, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      I own it on my Nook. It it's a fast read. Some of the info is out of date, but it goes into some interesting history.

      June 3, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    I haven't gotten a response on meeting before the trip. Here's the last resort. We will all get into Las Vegas where we can compare notes and figure out if we need to make any last minute supply purchases. There is an REI and a Walmart on our way out of town. We can stop by one of them if we need to. I'll see you guys next week! :-)

    1 · June 2, 2014

    • Sneha

      I agree ;)

      June 2, 2014

  • Sean

    List continue...

    solar charger (nomad 7, guide 10, 4xAA charged)
    caribeaners for solar panel to hook to backpack/tent
    bluetooth speaker
    hiking poles (on order)
    sleeping bag? small blanket? (buy)
    paracord with caribeaner for hanging food/pack
    head lamp with fresh batteries (extra batteries)
    iphone with motionx maps downloaded
    iphone water proof bag
    corded earphones

    big brim hat
    sun glasses
    underwear ~3 (non cotton)
    shorts ~3 (non cotton, pants+shorts)
    shirts ~3 (non cotton)
    socks ~3 (non cotton)
    large zip lock for clean clothes, doubles as pillow
    large zip lock for dirty clothes
    sandals
    trail shoes
    rain pancho

    June 2, 2014

  • Sean

    My initial list. Looking for suggestions/comments. Esp on sleeping bag vs blanket or tent vs foot print and fly....
    Buy = I don't have
    ? = not sure about bringing

    cash ~$50
    medical card
    credit card
    driver's license
    emergency contact/information

    cards

    large zip lock bag for trash

    dehydrated meals ~4 dinners, 4 lunch, 4 breakfast (buy)
    hiking snack ~10 bars/bags (buy)
    water ~3 liters in camelback, 1 liter in nalgene
    water flavoring with calories (buy)
    honey packets
    tea bags

    whisper light
    small fuel canister filled with white gas
    lighter
    titanium pot with lid
    titanium spork
    foldable plate/bowl?
    small sponge
    dish soap
    budlight camp stove?
    water filter?

    sun block small bottle ~4 oz
    lip balm
    hand santizer ~3 oz
    body wipes ~10
    deodorant small bottle ~3 oz
    mouth wash ~3 oz
    tooth paste ~3 oz
    tooth brush
    toilet paper small amount in zip lock
    camp towel (buy)
    medical pack small
    medium zip lock bag for toiletries above

    backpack
    camelback?
    tent (rainfly, tent?, footprint)
    sleeping pad
    solar charger (nomad 7, guide

    June 2, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    Foot First Aid Kit:
    - Fabric bandages of different sizes
    - Moleskin (purchase in a roll or sheet so you can cut it to size)
    - Neosporin with pain relief
    - Duct Tape rolled around a pencil so it is small - you can buy tiny rolls in the camping section at Academy
    - Compound tincture of benzoin - makes bandages adhere better to skin and last longer. Can also be used as a styptic.
    - Blister or burn pads
    - Safety pins to pop blisters
    - Alcohol wipes
    - Tweezers

    ***Just purchasing the right socks will nearly eliminate the use of your foot first aid supplies.

    June 2, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      Additional first aid items: Snake bite kit (I will have one), Benadryl pills in case of unexpected allergies or possible asthma, Benadryl cream to treat bug bites, Pain Reliever & Anti-Inflammatory pills, Icy Hot, Vaseline, Aloe Vera, Q-Tips, some cotton swabs. Pills and creams can be purchased in small quantities, or you can put a small amount in a tiny plastic zipper bag so it is smaller and lighter in weight. Be sure to write necessary info on the bag with a sharpie. Jo-Ann Fabrics & Crafts sells tiny ziplock baggies in their jewelry storage and basic crafting departments.

      June 2, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    Cheryl, I got your message about foot care. There is a good book called "Fixing Your Feet" that is available for about $10 as a Nook Book. It's a good guide for all sorts of foot problem prevention as well as treatment. Here are some basic things that always help me. After my feet fell apart on my first serious 1.5 week hiking trip, I did serious research. I have never had major foot problems since.
    Do not cut off calluses, get a pedicure, etc. before a hike. Leave your feet ugly...those calluses will protect your feet. Keep your toenails very short to reduce toe bang.
    More info continued:

    June 2, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      Wear proper hiking and liner socks. I wear thick "Redhead Merino" or "Smartwool" hiking socks. Your liner socks need to be actual "liner" socks. Just putting on a second pair of socks will not do the job. I wear "Redhead Polypropylene Sock Liners." I get all of these socks for a good price at Bass Pro Shops.
      Liners: http://www.basspro.co...­
      Socks: http://www.basspro.co...­

      June 2, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    I will be out of town this weekend, but if you guys would like to meet one last time next week, I am available just about any day or time. Just let me know. Also, if you need to get some things from Ayoopa, make arrangements now. You can contact [masked]. I am getting my shock absorbing trekking poles, backpack, and hammock through them.

    May 30, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    This is what I am taking: hammock, sleeping pad, lightweight microfiber throw, hiking poles, backpack and hydration pack, 3 liter bladder, photography equipment, headlamp, water treatment tablets (I probably won't use them), one pair of pants, one pair of shorts, 2 shirts, bathing suit, hiking boots, water shoes, 2 bandanas (to protect against dust), sunglasses, 2 pairs of hiking and liner socks, a water proof bag and twine to hang food from trees, a hat/visor, deodorant, toothbrush, mouthwash, metal cup to cook food in ( I will share someone's stove), dehydrated rice meals with vacuum packed tuna, gatorade powder to mix with water, hot chocolate, oatmeal, various bars. Last time we all took way too much stuff (including food) that we never touched, so I'm packing much lighter this time. I am not bringing a tent or sleeping bag. The weather should be great for a hammock and light blanket. :-)

    May 30, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      Remember, you will be thirsty more than hungry while there. So make your calories count. That is one of the reasons I add gatorade powder to my water. It really makes a difference in my stamina and how I feel. You can find it at HEB or Krogers...usually on the top shelf in the Gatorade area.

      May 30, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      One more thing...bring some basic first aid...especially for your feet (just in case). You will also want some bug spray and sun block.

      May 30, 2014

  • Erin

    Hi Jennifer,
    How many miles is the hike in and how long will it take us to walk it?

    May 29, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      It is 11 miles one way. The first part is all downhill...then it gets pretty flat at the bottom of the canyon. We will start the hike at 4 or 5 am depending on how late we get to the trailhead. It is 9 miles to the village and another 2 miles to camp. When we get to the village, we will check in a the visitor's office and stop at the diner to have a bite to eat before finishing the trek to camp. The hike tot he village will probably take about 4 hours.

      May 30, 2014

  • Boaz A.

    Cheryl Y.
    I emailed you my packing list.

    May 28, 2014

    • Sean

      Great idea. We should post our list here to offer suggestions and consolidate. No need for everyone to bring a stove.

      May 29, 2014

    • Erin

      Hi, I also do not know what I'm doing or how to pack for this trip. Could you share with me what you are taking or what I should take. It would be helpful to know what Jennifer took during the last visit as well. Thank you. My number is[masked] and my email is [masked]

      May 29, 2014

  • Sean

    Hi Jennifer. As I emailed you, I just wanted to let the group know that I'm able to join in on this event. Also, do you know details on the trail? Eg. Water stops, restroom stops. Also, should we stash some food/water on the way down to have on the way up (to lighten our carry weight)?

    One more thing, I'm driving from NM, not flying. So I'll meet you guys at the trail head parking lot on Wed June 11th evening. So we can leave thur early morning.

    May 29, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      There is no stashing of any kind. There are no restrooms or water on the trail, but there is plenty at camp. Bring 3 liters to hike in with, and you'll be ok.

      May 29, 2014

  • Erin

    Will we be back Sunday on time for me to catch an 8p.m. flight? Thanks for your help.

    May 27, 2014

    • Erin

      7p.m. flight?

      May 27, 2014

    • Erin

      ok. I booked myself coming in at 8p.m. on the 10th and returning at 6a.m. on the 16th.

      May 27, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    Fyi regarding food... I have been trying out some new inexpensive camp food options. The the best I have found so far are Knorr Creamy Chipotle Rice, Knorr Cheddar Broccoli Rice, and Rice a Roni Creamy Four Cheese. They cost about $1, and I can get two meals out of one packet. Instead of milk and butter, I add a couple of powdered coffee creamer packets. It works very well. You can bring some vacuum packed tuna to add to it for protein...light weight, and cost effective.

    May 27, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    I have booked the rooms. We will be at the Best Western at the airport on Tuesday night. The total was $80, but it includes free airport shuttle and breakfast.
    On Sunday and Monday night, I booked a room at the Stratosphere. I got one of the better remodeled rooms on a higher floor so we will have a very nice room and plush accommodations. It is right on the strip. We literally walk out the front door and are at the beginning of the strip looking down its entire length. There is also a nice all day buffet next door. We can go as many times as we want all day long! :-) Is this agreeable with everyone?

    May 23, 2014

    • Alex

      Hey Jennifer, can any one sharing the room on either days or is there separate rooms for male and females?

      May 27, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      We are all sharing...coed

      May 27, 2014

  • Cheryl Y

    Weather ....I am on weather.com trying to figure out what clothes to bring. Not sure I am hitting the right location. Will it be 100 high and low 70's at night? Is that about right? Good thing we are going to waterfalls!!

    May 23, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      Try for Supai Village.

      May 23, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      It will be cooler than that right on the water, but you definitely do not need cold weather gear.

      May 23, 2014

  • Boaz A.

    Information text

    May 10, 2014

    • Cheryl Y

      Boaz, I believe you mentioned a packing check list. I would LOVE to see it. actually, I will be lost without it! Lol. Would you be able to email it to me! [masked]. Cell:[masked]

      May 23, 2014

    • Cheryl Y

      Correction. [masked] (not 8339)

      May 23, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    The gear discussion with Ayoopa went very well. Here is their contact info if you want to get in touch with them: www.ayoopa.com or you can contact Wayne directly at tel:[masked] or email: [masked]

    May 22, 2014

  • Sneha

    I am arriving Tuesday 10th June 11:59 PM to the LV airport. Where are we staying the night we arrive?

    May 22, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      For our Tuesday night coming in, I think we should stay at the Budge Inn right next door to the airport. I'm showing rates at $68. When we get back from Havasupai, I vote we stay at the Stratosphere Hotel. It is right on the strip and next door to a great buffet. I think we should get a room Sunday and Monday nights before we leave. Even though we are leaving in the middle of the night on Monday, I think we should keep the hotel room so we can relax until we have to go to the airport. I'm showing those rates at about $45 a night for the higher floors with the best views of the strip. We stayed there the last time we went through Vegas.

      May 22, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    Jennifer, it looks like I found a buyer in Vegas for your spot. They should transfer funds tonight, and I will refund you tomorrow. We are back down to 7, so Sneha gets a big girl seat in the Grand Caravan.

    2 · May 22, 2014

    • Jennifer D.

      Lol thank you

      May 22, 2014

    • Sneha

      So you were talking about me when you said tiny lol

      May 22, 2014

  • Mee R.

    Interested. Looking into air-fares (assuming I can get in).. what is the cost y'all are seeing? I am seeing upper $300s.

    May 21, 2014

  • Deborah

    So jealous and wish I could go, but teaching summer school. Can't wait to see pictures and plan a later trip here.

    May 20, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    Jennifer...I got your spot. You are in! :-)

    1 · May 20, 2014

    • Jennifer D.

      Awesome news! Thank you... Now where can I go find reasonably priced hiking boots lol

      May 20, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      If you're looking for quality and affordability...I recommend Columbia hybrids. You can get them from Bass Pro Shops or Academy. They are light and take next to no breaking in. I wear them on all of our big events.

      May 20, 2014

  • Cheryl Y

    Re: Ayoopa Tuesday meeting. This meeting is a LONG commute for me. Will he be bringing various items for viewing? I am thinking I may be just as well prepared by viewing items on their web page and then calling them for specific questions. with that and Boaz's packing list I may be fine

    May 19, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      He will be bringing some goodies to view.

      May 20, 2014

  • Cheryl Y

    And I am still holding out for decrease in airfare pricing! But I should be on the flight arriving before 12N. And then probably going to have to take the red eye home. PS....IF YOU ALL ARE BOOKING THE REDEYE OUT OF VEGAS.....BE SURE YOU BOOK JUNE 16th and not the red eye on June 15!!!

    May 19, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    I think we can all squeeze in a grand caravan. If someone wants to check the price on a passenger ban, that might be an option.

    May 19, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      That was at Budget Rental.

      May 19, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      I'm counting Jennifer as 8 since I'm still planning to get her in.

      1 · May 19, 2014

  • Sneha

    Jennifer, where can we stay if we arrive Tuesday late night? Can I arrive at 12:45 PM on Wednesday June 11th to get a spot on the carpool that goes to Havasupai campsite? Also, I need to find a way to be back on late night Sunday to Las Vegas to be back to Houston for work. Kindly respond so I can book my flights accordingly?
    Thanks :)

    May 19, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      Yes...arriving by 12:45 is no problem. We will all be back in LV by Sunday night for the red eye.

      May 19, 2014

    • Sneha

      Cool! So can you count me in the SUV carpool to and fro?

      May 19, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    Check the posting for tomorrow night's gear rental meeting at 7 pm.

    May 19, 2014

  • Cheryl Y

    Hi there. It is getting close and I am not prepared! Lol. I see there is some discussion around meeting this week to finalize plans. Is that still the plan?
    I am holding out on my plane ticket purchase - hoping fares drop. (So far they keep going up!)
    I will likely be taking the red eye home late Sunday nite (Monday morning)
    I could really use some coaching on packing. This is my first over night hike and I am not usually a camper so I am sort of at a loss. I have to get food, a tent, hiking shoes!!! Everything :-)

    May 13, 2014

    • Sneha

      Hey Cheryl, did you find a way to be back from Havasupai campsite to Las Vegas for the red eye flight Sunday night?

      May 19, 2014

    • Jennifer B.

      Getting back by Sunday night is not an issue. We are all coming back Sunday.

      May 19, 2014

  • Jennifer B.

    We will be meeting with Ayoopa next Tuesday at 7pm. See the details here: http://www.meetup.com/eclecticoutdoors/events/183494052/

    May 16, 2014

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