10 Replies to “Hidden Arizona Swimming Hole”

  1. Spectacular. Going west (despite I’m not a young man) belongs to my projects. Is it possible to swim and walk in the water nude?

  2. You guys don’t have to worry about it being trashed and ruined. You have to make reservations to go there and there’s a limited number of spots so there’s never really too many people. Plus, having people go there supports the tourism industry in havasupai which helps the natives since that’s how they make most, if not all, of their money. The only downside is that with it becoming more popular, the demand has risen and the price of reserving a spot has gone up a ton :/ but it’s still a GORGEOUS place- there’s nothing like it and I absolutely recommend trying to get a spot if you’re able to!

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