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Hiking Club returns to Supai in November

Havasu Falls by Randy Park

Randy Park In November the tour guides from Northern Arizona University led 18 members of the SaddleBrooke Hiking Club on four days of hikes on the Hualipai and Havasupai Indian Reservations. The highlight of the trip was the hikes to, around and from the small village of Supai. At the club’s November presentation, participants gave…

Hiking on the Hualapai and Havasupai Reservations

At the base of Mooney Falls, left to right: Frank Earnest, Dianne Ashby, Elaine Fagan, Rob Simms, Phil McNamee, Bertie Litchfield, Ken Wong, Marge Wong and Walt Shields; photo by Stewart Lasseter.

Ken Wong Eighteen members of the SaddleBrooke Hiking Club participated in a Northern Arizona University program spanning five days (November 7 through 12) on the Hualapai and Havasupai Indian Reservations. Situated directly to the west of the Grand Canyon National Park central visitors area on the south rim of the canyon, this remote and beautiful…

Hiking Club Diary

Trekking to Great Britain!

Hiking Club members to give talk on trekking in Great Britain Jan. 20 Come join SaddleBrooke Hiking Club members Cheryl and Dean Werstler as they recount their experiences walking United Kingdom trails at the Hiking Club monthly meeting on Wednesday, January 20 at 3:00 p.m. at the HOA One Activity Center. They will share their…

Hikers to share experience of hiking the Hualapai and Havasupai Indian Reservations – November 18

Away from the large visitor crowds of Grand Canyon National Park lie two Indian reservations directly to the west of the central park area, situated on the south rim of the canyon. These are the Hualapai and Havasupai reservations. Eighteen members of the SaddleBrooke Hiking Club will be participating in a Northern Arizona University program…

Trio scales Weaver’s Needle in Superstitions

Roy Carter (front), Mike Wolters (left) and Frank Brier pose for a selfie at the top of Weaver’s Needle in the Superstitions.

Mike Wolters SaddleBrooke Hiking Club members Frank Brier, Roy Carter and Mike Wolters recently climbed to the top of one of the most famous landmarks of the Superstition Mountains. Located east of Phoenix, the majestic Weaver’s Needle is a spire that rises 4,553 feet and dominates the skyline for miles around. The trio made the…