Havasu Creek Wooden Footbridge

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This wooden footbridge crosses Havasu Creek in the campground on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. The footbridge allows you to cross the creek and stay relatively dry. There are no roads into the canyon, but the Havasupai Falls are enough of an attraction that hikers (who must register and pay a fee to the tribe) make an arduous trek that can last three days in and out to see the waterfalls' blue-green waters and travertine cliffs.