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Superstition Mountains, Tortilla Flat

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The Superstition Mountains (Yavapai: Wi:kchsawa) is a range of mountains in Arizona located to the east of the Phoenix metropolitan area. They are anchored by Superstition Mountain, a large mountain that is a popular recreation destination for residents of the Phoenix, Arizona, area.

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  • The Superstition Mountains look more impressive the closer you get as you hike. The view from the road or parking lot do not do it Justice! The hike is not challenging until the last 25% of it... 
    The Superstition Mountains look more impressive the closer you get as you hike. The view from the road or parking lot do not do it Justice! The hike is not challenging until the last 25% of it...  more »
  • My husband and I took our Jeep to Superstition Mountains. We took the Apache Trail and it took us 6 hours round trip with photo stops and a lunch break at a park near the water. There were places... 
    My husband and I took our Jeep to Superstition Mountains. We took the Apache Trail and it took us 6 hours round trip with photo stops and a lunch break at a park near the water. There were places...  more »
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  • Hiking Superstition Mountain is the most difficult in the Phoenix metro area in my opinion. It has all kinds of terrain; boulders, steep flat, uneven, and almost completely vertical. This isn't for the out of shape folks and isn't a beginners hike. Love it however and the views of Four Peaks and the surrounding areas are worth the trek. Bring water, maybe food, have good shoes on, and take your time.
  • My husband and I retired to Apache Junction in 2005. We made many trips to Superstition Mountain and have enjoyed every trip, especially showing family when they visited. Tortilla Flat is so quaint and although the drive on past TF is bumpy seeing all the sights are beautiful, especially the Roosevelt Dam. It’s an enjoyable, relaxing drive you won’t regret

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