Photography Wallpaper Wednesday: Havasupai, Arizona This week’s free wallpaper of Havasupai Canyon, Arizona, is provided here in a full range of desktop sizes, for the By Steve Casimiro June 29, 2011 0 6 This week’s free wallpaper of Havasupai Canyon, Arizona, is provided here in a full range of desktop sizes, for the iPhone and iPad, and for common Android sizes, too. Photo by Steve Casimiro 1280 x 800 1440 x 900 1680 x 1050 1920×1200 iPhone iPad Android 960×800 Android 640×480 Share on Facebook10Share on Twitter Tags: deserts, Southwest, wallpapers, water, waterfalls Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal. Showing 6 comments Malcolm Daly July 5, 2011 Reply That is a beautiful photo of a beautiful falls. What is doesn’t show, however, is the trash dump you have to walk though for 12 miles to get to it. I’m sure that if people saw the horrible mess that the reservation was in that the polish would come off that apple pretty quickly. Mal steve casimiro July 6, 2011 Reply Hey, Mal…not sure when you went. I’ve been to Havasupai four times and have never seen trash on the trail…until I got to village, which is another story. Abaum December 4, 2013 Reply I had a similar experience to Malcolm’s when I went to Supai in 2007, I think. The village was a mess, but so was the campground. Some campers had coolers full of soda and beer (even though that is prohibited). Just felt like the kind of place that those that have no concept of LNT go to see the “wilderness”. There was garbage all over the campground in the form of bottles, plastic bags, etc. I walked away feeling digusted with the place and fairly certain I would never return. Maybe it’s different depending on the timing, but I’ve seen the same at other popular spots like Fossil Creek in AZ. lisa August 26, 2012 Reply when you visit this area, can you swim? is the water really as clean as it looks? steve casimiro August 26, 2012 Reply Yes. And yes. Marina February 20, 2014 Reply Just stumbled upon this photo – how beautiful! I’ve never seen water that color, which makes it even more stunning against the greenery and red clay. I need to visit this place! Leave a Comment Cancel reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.