view atop the superstition ridgeline hike

Superstition Ridgeline

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Conquerors Only – Superstition Ridgeline Hike The Superstition Ridgeline hike begins where everyone else turns back. Hikers who rise above the daunting Flatiron turn around only to see the peaks of the Superstition’s challenge them to continue. This hike is only for the healthy experienced hiker and requires excellent planning. Though the Superstition Ridgeline may be punishing, […]

view from a cave on prospector's view trail

Prospector’s View

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Dreams of Gold – Prospector’s View Hike Quick and easy hike great for kids and families. I actually took more time than usual on this one and enjoyed the wildlife and scenery. Kindra Grabow – Queen Creek, AZ Take a walk and then take a seat and soak in the inspiring views that most people […]

image of four peaks taken on jacob's cross cut trail

Jacob’s Cross Cut

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Whispers of the Past – Jacob’s Cross Cut Hike Using a technique called “drifting”, miners would cut across the grain of rock until they found a gold vein which they would then follow drifting across the landscape in whatever path the gold took. Modern day hikers on Jacob’s Cross Cut Trail mimic the method of early miners, […]

picture of the basin on siphon draw

Siphon Draw

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Hand Carved by Mother Nature – Siphon Draw Hike The drive to the Superstitions is well worth the gorgeous views and unique variety of terrain. Jennifer H. of Peoria, AZ Mother Nature has been hand crafting this hike for millennia. Its gorgeous views and humbling stature are sure to inspire you. The Superstition Draw Trail, […]

inner lit blue tent on top of flatiron

Flatiron

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  Breath Taking – Flatiron Hike Camelback has nothing on this trail. Dale Huddleston A hike to the Flatiron will definitely be challenging, but for those adventurous enough to take the challenge head on the rewards are well worth it. The hike begins as an easy stroll and the grade of the hike consistently increases until […]