Superstition Wilderness - AZT #19, AZ | HikeArizona
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Superstition Wilderness - AZT #19, AZ

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Difficulty 5 of 5
Distance One Way 29.6 miles
Trailhead Elevation 4,836 feet
Accumulated Gain 5,125 feet
Kokopelli Seeds 46.68
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Reavis Ranch via 109 South
1  2022-09-07 mazatzal
12  2022-04-23 robxxx
18  2022-04-16
Reavis Apple Check & Circlestone
13  2021-04-03 trekkin_gecko
10  2021-04-03 johnlp
33  2021-02-20
Pinyon Mountain - Supes
8  2020-01-13
AZ Trail Superstion Wilderness 19C
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🔥 2020 Bush Fire193.5k
🔥 2019 Woodbury Fire123.8k
🔥 2005 Two Bar Fire11.4 mi*
🔥 2002 Dome Fire766
🔥 1980 Monument Fire2.3k
🔥 1970 Cottonwood Fire6.8k
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The trail enters the Superstition Wilderness and descends into Rogers Canyon on trail #109. It reaches an intersection with trail #110 and then turns northeast and travels up onto Reavis Saddle and on to the ruins of Reavis Ranch. From the ranch area trail #109 heads north to a junction with trail #117 (the Reavis Gap Trail). The route follows this trail across Pine Creek towards Reavis Gap. At a trail junction with trail #119 (the Two Bar Ridge Trail), the route turns and goes past Walnut Spring, Two Bar Mountain, and along the high Two Bar Ridge. Just beyond Pinyon Mountain trail #119 ends at the Black Bush ranch road (FR 83). The route follows this road and then turns north on trail #120 (the Cottonwood Trail). This trail goes through Cottonwood Canyon, by Cottonwood Spring, and then onto FR 341. This road climbs out of Cottonwood Canyon and then descends to trail #121 (the Thompson Trail). Trail #121 parallels Roosevelt Lake, passes the Roosevelt Cemetary, and then works its way over and down to the Thompson Trailhead. From here the route follows Highway 88 over the Roosevelt Lake Bridge to the Vineyard Trailhead.
Southern Trailhead: Rogers Trough TH - FR 172A

Northern Trailhead: Vineyard TH - Hwy 88

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    To Rogers Trough Trailhead
    Take US 60 east out of Apache Junction. A couple of miles past Florence Junction turn north onto Queen Valley Road and follow 1.6 miles. Turn right onto FS 357 (Hewlett Station Road) and follow about three miles to FS 172. Turn left onto FS 172 and follow this for 9.1 miles (keep an eye out to your right near the four-mile mark for a thin arch) to FS 172A.

    Turn right onto FS 172A and follow 3.8 miles to the Rogers Trough Trailhead. While an occasional abused sedan negotiates the drive, high clearance is highly recommended. Without 4WD you might be in serious trouble if it rains.

    This scenic drive wrecks havoc on passengers with weak stomachs.

    40-minute video of drive

    From PHX (I-10 & AZ-51) - 68.4 mi, 2 hours 3 mins
    From TUC (Jct 1-10 & Grant) - 102 mi, 2 hours 51 mins
    From FLG (Jct I-17 & I-40) - 213 mi, 4 hours 19 mins
    page created by joebartels on Jan 09 2010 12:41 am

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