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Nighthiker
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Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by Nighthiker » Jan 23 2008 4:01 pm

Tonto National Forest is now selling for $ 9 the new Superstition Wilderness Map. The map includes several new trails, revised Trailhead access information and trail profiles of the major trails.
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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by nonot » Jan 23 2008 6:29 pm

What are the new trails?
http://hikearizona.com/garmin_maps.php

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by Nighthiker » Jan 27 2008 3:27 pm

Lost Goldmine Trail, Hackberry Springs-Garden Valley Trail.
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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by joebartels » Feb 18 2008 10:35 am

Caught a glimpse of Tyler's new copy of the third edition Beartooth 2007, which now includes the Four Peaks Wilderness (making it the best map on the face of the earth for my interest).

Reavis Falls and the Superstition Ridgeline are marked. They are dot-dot-dot instead of dash-dash-dash as they are unmaintained. Perhaps others are listed too, I just got a glimpse.
Hike Arizona it ROCKS!

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by k7gim » Apr 08 2008 3:53 pm

Where do you get a copy of Tyler's third edition of "Beartooth." I have a copy of Superstition Wilderness Map, but it does not show Superstition Ridgeline Trail.

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by joebartels » Apr 08 2008 4:18 pm

REI
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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by djui5 » Apr 08 2008 5:55 pm

You can also find it on beartooth publishing's web site. I almost made the mistake of posting a link! :scared: :o

simply google "beartooth map superstition"

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by nonot » Apr 08 2008 7:45 pm

Dunno if you knew this but the Superstition SAR guys have the best map I've ever seen of the Supes.
http://hikearizona.com/garmin_maps.php

Hike Arizona it is full of sharp, pointy, ankle-twisting, HAZmaster crushing ROCKS!!
Hike Arizona it is full of sharp, pointy, shin-stabbing, skin-shredding plants!
Hike Arizona it is full of striking, biting, stabbing, venomous wildlife!

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Re: Superstition Wilderness Map

Post by djui5 » Apr 08 2008 8:57 pm

nonot wrote:Dunno if you knew this but the Superstition SAR guys have the best map I've ever seen of the Supes.

Yep :D

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