Supai Village and Grand Canyon Sky Walk
Kingman Arizona is located so close to many wonderful places. The Supai Village is situated in Havasu Canyon, a southwesternbranch of the Grand Canyon which is on the Havasupai NationReservation. The area has three beautiful blue-green waterfalls, NavajoFalls, Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls. The name Havasupaitranslates to “People-of-the-Blue-Green-Waters.”
The watertemperature is approximately 70 degrees throughout the year. There is an8-mile hike from the Hualapai Hilltop parking area to SupaiVillage. Horse or helicopter transportation can also be arrangedin advance. You are expected to carry your own food,water and camping equipment. Pack horses are also available.Supai Village has a small store, a café, lodge and a museum.The Hualapai Tribe also commissioned the building of a glass skywalkat the Grand Canyon’s western rim, which opened in2007. The Skywalk is the only glass bridge to suspend more than 4,000 feet above the Colorado River and extend over theedge of the Grand Canyon. Both of these sights are within 100 miles of Kingman Arizona and are just a couple of the many sightseeing marvels which are in your backyard.