Hiking Trails Near Apache Junction, AZ
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Hiking Trails Near Apache Junction, AZ

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Apache Junction has 65 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.1 to 180 miles in length. The most popular trails are Hieroglyphic Trail, Fish Creek Loop and Siphon Draw Trail. Trails.com member Barb G. recently completed Usery Mountain: Wind Cave Trail. See all Apache Junction trails.
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This loop hike is very popular, and for good reason. It stays on well-graded, good trails ...
An enjoyable and scenic hike on good trails through varied country in the southwest S ...
A rugged trail and cross-country hike to the crest of Superstition Mountain featuring ...
Nestled up to the scenic west end of the Superstition Mountains, Lost Dutchman State Park ...
This exceptionally scenic cross-country hike starts from an easily accessible trailhead, ...
With spectacular cliffs framing a narrow slot canyon, Fish Creek sports some of the most ...
This hike takes you up popular, scenic Peralta Canyon and returns cross-country via scenic ...
Scenic Rogers Canyon makes the long and rough drive to Rogers Trough Trailhead worthwhile. ...
An easily accessible day hike through the foothills of the western Superstitions; a good ...
This backpack trip has it all—scenic canyons, views from high ridges, seasonal creeks, ...
One look at Hieroglyphic Canyon and you can tell the place was once prime mountain sheep ...
This popular hike follows the north end of the Reavis Ranch Trail to the historic Reavis ...
Great hike up the west side of a mountain to a shelter cave with great views.
The Fish Creek Loop starts with a hike down scenic Rogers Canyon, then loops through a ...
The Campaign Creek Loop hike follows trails in the eastern Superstition Mountains, the ...
This convenient hike is suitable for showing children, dogs, relatives from back East, ...
McDowell Mountain Regional Park covers more than 21,000 acres of desert wilderness at ...
Situated in the Goldfield Mountains, Pass Mountain rises some 1500 feet above the surrounding ...
A most enjoyable hike through the high country in the eastern Superstitions. You’ll have ...
This hike wanders along the base of the Superstitions’ western escarpment, using the Crosscut ...
An easy nature hike along the eastern edge of the White Tank Mountains.
An excellent scenic hike into a steep canyon on the west flank of the Superstition Mo ...
Easy loop hike that explores the Sonoran Desert ecosystem.
Located just south of the Four Peaks Wilderness, the Superstition Wilderness may be Arizona’s ...
For a short and easy jaunt through nice desert terrain to some interesting rock art panels, ...
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