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Zion National Park - North Rim Grand Canyon Southern Utah
Zion National Park - North Rim Grand Canyon
San Juan County Southeast Utah
San Juan County
Capitol Reef Country Central Utah
Capitol Reef Country
Kingman Route 66
Sierra Vista Southern Arizona
Tucson Southeast Arizona
Sedona Central Arizona
Glendale Phoenix Area - Central Arizona
Bisbee Southern Arizona
Lake Havasu City Western Arizona
Lake Havasu City
Tempe Phoenix Area - Central Arizona
Arizona - The Grand Canyon State Statewide
Arizona - The Grand Canyon State
Bryce Canyon Country Southern Utah
Bryce Canyon Country
Grand Canyon National Park
Utah - Life Elevated Statewide
Utah - Life Elevated
Prescott: An Arizona Gem Central Arizona
Prescott: An Arizona Gem
Chandler Phoenix area - Central Arizona
Discover Gilbert Phoenix Area
Town of Clifton Southeastern
Town of Clifton
Holiday River Expeditions Utah, Colorado and Idaho
Holiday River Expeditions
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- New Mexico
Superstition Mountain is located immediately east of the Phoenix metropolitan area in Arizona and rises to the height of 3,000 feet above the surrounding desert floor. It anchors the west end of the Superstition Wilderness. The mountain is a prominent landmark in the eastern Valley of the Sun and is a popular recreation destination in the region.
Superstition Mountain is a popular three season (fall, winter, spring) hiking area. Afternoon temperatures from June to September are usually in the range of 100 to 115°F near the mountain. Day hikers often frequent the mountain during cooler months. The Lost Dutchman State Park is located on the western side of the mountain and includes hiking trails to notable formations such as the Praying Hands and the Flatiron. The Peralta Trail, on the southern side of the mountain, traverses Fremont Saddle and descends into the wilderness to the east of the mountain.