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The Superstition Wilderness area is open only to hikers and equestrians; no 4wd vehicles, ATVs, dirt bikes, or bicycles are permitted in the wilderness area.

hiking
20 hours ago

Easy hike for the beginner. I've seen older people and even little kids out there and it's a pretty busy trail. The hieroglyphs are a great reward to see at the end of the trail. I would say it's about a 1 hour hike round trip.

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3 days ago

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hiking
5 days ago

love this one too.

hiking
11 days ago

Great early morning hike. More challenging than expected for the last quarter mile. AJ got a lot of rain two nights before we went so the trail was a bit washed out and tricky in some spots but we found our way quickly. The views are amazing! We made it down the dirt road (Peralta) just fine in my Toyota Corolla. Will definitely do again!

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11 days ago

hiking
12 days ago

I hiked this trail in the spring several years ago with my son, and he returned to hike it with a friend, and we talk very often about going back. The first time we saw a rattler, a desert tortoise, and mule deer; the second time he saw three gila monsters. But: the first time I also slipped on some loose rock crossing the saddle, and 5 miles into the Superstition Wilderness, where there's no cell signal, is not where you want to be with a bleeding head wound. (We saw two people all day, and they were both on the first mile of the trail.) It all worked out, but he was better prepared the next time, and I will be if we go back. It's an extraordinary hike.

Nice hike with the kids. We loved seeing the hieroglyphics at the end.

hiking
19 days ago

Easy and beautiful

perfect place!! my kids love the trail.