Arizona Vortex Energy Sites: Lake Havasu City
While many purported vortex sites are well-known – the prehistoric monuments at Stonehenge, the Giza pyramids and Sedona’s red rocks come to mind, the Lake Havasu City area is slowly becoming known as a vortex site in its own right.
What is a vortex?
In the simplest terms, a vortex is a swirling mass of energy that can be manifested in the form of tornadoes in air or whirlpools in water. However, not all vortexes (also known as vortices) are visible. Many people also believe in the presence of spiritual vortexes, areas where unusual or unique concentrations of electromagnetic activity affect the body’s chakras, or energy points, creating shifts in consciousness. This is called vortex energy healing of the mind, body and spirit. Others have experienced vortexes as a portal for spiritual movement across dimensions.
To find out if you are affected by vortex energy (or if you know you already have such sensitivity), then visiting one of these sites may be rewarding for you. Find a place to sit and meditate, or read a book. The electronic energy fields surrounding Lake Havasu City are considered by many to be light, nurturing centers that can allow you to discover yourself.
Where are these Vortex sites?
The nine main Vortex energy sites in and around Lake Havasu City are provided below with GPS coordinates and driving directions. Remember that when you visit the distant sites, normal hiking precautions should be followed. Bring plenty of water! Pack out what you pack in so we remain good stewards of our natural resources.
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|Vortex Sites in and around Lake Havasu City|
|Angel Mountain Vortex||34.522140, -114.269750||DM: 6.5 mi|
ACF: 5.6 mi
|≈1800'||Standard vehicle||Portal, neutral||County-managed. Top of Kiowa Blvd. to the end of Bison Bl. pavement, Angel Mt on left at dirt road. Cairns mark trail at end of low wire fence and leads to the path. Climb 100’–150’ to top (loose rock trail).|
|Foot Hills Vortex||34.543830, -114.211690||DM: 11.1 mi|
(varies, depending on which road is taken)
|Neutral, counter-clockwise||BLM-managed. Above Bison Falls approx. 0.5-1 mi. Narrow dirt and rocky roads, stay on widest road. Look for three road convergence low point.|
|Pittsburg Mine Vortex||34.522830, -114.214030||DM: 10 mi|
(varies, depending on which road is taken)
|Female||BLM-managed. Two approaches: (1) Near the top of McCulloch Blvd. take Coral Reef at Aloha dirt road (34.49205,-114.26386) north toward Pittsburg Mine around the Cherry Tree development. Stay on widest road until fork (34.51603,-114.23900) and go right. Very hilly and steep. (2) Go beyond Angel Mt to the cement slab open area (34.53045,-114.25545) and take right dirt road to the fork (34.51603,-114.23900), turn left.|
|Crazy Horse Area Vortex||34.46751,-114.35565||DM: 1mi|
ACF: 0.7 mi
|≈450'||Standard vehicle||Female||State-managed. Follow McCulloch Blvd. over the London Bridge, turn right on Beachcomber Blvd. In 0.5 mi turn left after yellow fire hydrant on dirt road toward maintenance building, then immediate left onto old airstrip road heading back toward mainland. Follow for 0.2 mi. Park at 34.46762,-114.35602. Walk east though bushes to a large clearing (across from Crazy Horse complex) between Beachcomber Blvd. and McCulloch Blvd.|
|Beachcomber Vortex||34.45919,-114.36606||DM: 1.6 mi|
ACF: 1.4 mi
|≈450'||Standard vehicle||Neutral||State-managed. Follow McCulloch Blvd. over the London Bridge onto the island approx. 1.5 mi turn left into drive after passing Porta Celeste Drive. Make immediate right onto dirt road and go south 0.1 mi.|
|Body Beach Vortex||34.45778, -114.33506||DM: 1.4 mi|
ACF: 1.2 mi
|≈500'||Standard vehicle||Male||State-managed. Where Mulberry Ave. meets Park Ave., turn left onto dirt road and follow it back toward Hwy. 95, then follow the sharp right corner up the hill toward the water until it dead-ends at the foot of the tallest dune.|
|Yonder Park Vortex||34.49989,-114.27409||DM: 4.8 mi|
ACF: 4.6 mi
|≈1300'||Standard vehicle||Female||City-managed. At the top of McCulloch Blvd. toward Mohave Mountains, turn north onto Cherry Tree Blvd. Go one block then turn right on Yonder Dr.|
Park on street and walk to top of ridge on back-east side of the park beyond the developed area. You will see a bench at the top of the ridge.
|SARA Park, Dylan’s Dog Park Vortex||34.45024,-114.26989||DM: 5.7 mi|
ACF: 4.6 mi
|≈700'||Standard vehicle||Neutral||City-managed. From Hwy. 95, turn right onto S McCulloch Blvd. toward the rodeo grounds. Turn right onto dirt road opposite the dog park and continue to the bend. The small rise is the site.|
|Standard Wash Vortex||34.44147,-114.18692||DM: 11.3 mi|
ACF: 9.4 mi
|Portal, female||BLM-managed. 3.5 mi south on Hwy. 95 past SARA Park main entrance, then look for the kiosk on left and turn onto dirt road. Drive toward Mohave Mountains, 3 mi straight in. Turn right and in approx. ¾ mi, look left for a blue paint spot on ground at base of small hill.|
*Distance (from the London Bridge)
ACF="As the crow flies"
Portal: Subtle energy movement
Female or Male: Energizes that gender
Neutral: Either female or male is energized
Counter-clockwise: Opposite from normal spin
Vortex Site Tours
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