Superstition Crosscut Pass begins off Peralta Road and ends on Superstition Loop. It is a popular area for boondocking with several camping spots suitable for multiple vehicles with easy access for RVs, 5th wheels, and large campers. Further north, several dispersed campsites with rock fire rings have outstanding views of the Superstition Mountains.
While a short trail, the one nail-biter obstacle near the north end is a steep, loose rock, narrow, washed-out hillclimb that takes you to the Saguaro-lined valley below. Use caution on this hill. A spotter would be helpful.
This trail is on Arizona State Trust Land. A permit is required to recreate in this area.
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