Two Bar Ridge Trail

Roosevelt, Arizona (Maricopa County)

Last Updated: 12/23/2021
4.3 / 5 ( 3 reviews )
Highlight: Two Bar Ridge Trail
Within a stone's throw of the Phoenix Valley, the Superstition Mountains are full of opportunities for adventure. The mountains are rugged and unforgiving while still having a strong and mysterious draw on the adventurous type. While traveling along the historic Apache Trail, you will be able to access different regions that offer a variety of desert experiences. There are sky-high, sheer cliff canyons that you can explore for years. Three wonderful lakes are traversing through the Salt River region. During the scorching hot summer months, Canyon, Apache, and Roosevelt lakes offer a wonderful reprieve from the desert heat. Two Bar Ridge Trail is an old power line access road that eventually connects to a beautiful ridgeline trail, high above the Burnt Corral region. The trail will challenge some stock-type vehicles with its steep and loose hill climbs, but it rewards you with what I feel is the best vistas of all the trails in the region. You'll pass a few points along the trail where you can see for miles. Once at the end, you are in a very secluded camp area that offers unforgettable nighttime interstellar views.
For individual use only, not to be shared.