Fireline Loop

Roosevelt, Arizona 85545

Fireline Loop

Fireline Loop Professional Review and Guide

"The classic eastern Superstition Wilderness loop hike, the Fireline Loop takes you through the highest portion of the Superstition Wilderness. Stands of ponderosa pine grow along this route, which surprises many hikers who are only familiar with the more accessible, and much lower elevation, western Superstition Mountains.

You’ll have a chance to climb 6,266-foot Mound Mountain, the highest peak in the range, and visit the site of the historic Reavis Ranch. A long section of the loop follows Campaign Creek, one of the most beautiful of Superstition Wilderness canyons."

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"A most enjoyable hike through the high country in the eastern Superstitions. You’ll have a chance to climb the highest peak in the range, visit the site of historic Reavis Ranch, and hike along beautiful Campaign Creek.

This route requires a high-clearance vehicle and may be washed out and impassable after major storms. The trailhead is on private land—please park in the signed trailhead parking. There is no camping at the trailhead."

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Trail Information

Roosevelt
Nearby City
14.5
Distance
3,380 feet
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
2 days
Duration
Fall and spring
Season
Superstition Wilderness, Tonto National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS Pinyon Mountain
Local Maps