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Nighthiker
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Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by Nighthiker » Nov 17 2017 7:40 am

Tonto National Forest offices are now offering the Superstition Wilderness Map, 2017 edition for $ 10.
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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by chumley » Nov 17 2017 7:43 am

@Nighthiker
Is there anything new in the 2017 edition? I can't imagine anything in the wilderness has changed since the last printing?
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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by friendofThundergod » Nov 17 2017 8:24 am

@chumley
I believe the 2017 edition contains the revised location of Jacob Waltz's treasure?

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by big_load » Nov 17 2017 8:30 am

The hills got steeper and the trails got longer

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by SuperstitionGuy » Nov 17 2017 9:27 am

Historically the new maps always have less information. :scared:
Information about ranching, mines, ancient Indian sites and reliable springs. :o
You know, the reason why many of us would hike and backpack there in the first place! ](*,)
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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by DarthStiller » Nov 17 2017 10:23 am

But do they have the Wave Cave Trail?

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by big_load » Nov 17 2017 10:33 am

SuperstitionGuy wrote:Historically the new maps always have less information. :scared:
Information about ranching, mines, ancient Indian sites and reliable springs. :o
You know the reason why many of us would hike and backpack there in the first place! ](*,)
That's too often the case. I usually carry a much older map in the Supes that has fewer missing points of interest.

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by chumley » Nov 17 2017 10:39 am

DarthStiller wrote:But do they have the Wave Cave Trail?
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No crossover posts!! :sweat:
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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by Tortoise_Hiker » Nov 17 2017 1:15 pm

@friendofThundergod
For the record I did NOT give them Wally's address...
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