A Tough Trail
The land of the Havasupai Native American Tribe is located in the southwest corner of the Grand Canyon. A 10.5 mile hike into the rocky desert terrain of this land gives way to the breathtaking waterfalls, bright blue waters, and lush green foliage of Havasupai Falls. This area is not accessible by automobile, but each summer these waters are visited by 20,000 hikers from all around the world.
The people of the tribe rely on working equines to supply their village and support tourism. The village is remote. The environment is harsh and treacherous. Water is scarce. Supplies are expensive. As a result, people and horses struggle to get by. It is our mission to provide medical and nutritional support for the welfare of the horses and mules of the Havasupai. In turn, our efforts will promote the prosperity of the Havasupai people.
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