After three glorious days enjoying the waterfalls of Havasu Canyon Jake and I made a hasty hike out with reported bad weather on its way.
We left the campground about 6:30am and made the two miles back to the Village for breakfast by 7am.
Then we absolutely hustled the remaining eight miles up as the clouds built overhead and it lightly rained on and off.
By the time I topped out six hours later, and about 45 minutes behind Jake, the wind whipped the sleet so hard I thought I might be blown back into the canyon. Then it snowed on the way back to Flagstaff. All in all, a great hike.
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