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Treasure Loop Trail (#56) is one of many great trails at Lost Dutchman State Park. The Arizona State Park is located in Apache Junction, Arizona. Which is about 35 miles East of the Phoenix International Airport.
Treasure Loop Trail
Treasure Loop Trail is indicated on the map as #56. It is a 2.4-mile loop and rated moderate. It has an elevation change of 500 feet. You can start this hike from either Cholla or Saquaro day uses areas.
Ramada and Parking
Bring a lunch and relax under one of the many armadas. Sit on a bench and view the colors and formations of the Superstition Mountains.
You receive a map at the entrance from a park representative. It shows you parking areas, the trails, the park rules, and the trail rules. There is a fee to enter the park. For current fees and park, hours visit https://azstateparks.com/lost-dutchman
Lost Dutchman State Park
There are many uses of this amazing park. There include camping, day hiking, and programs. The programs range from plant identification walks, bird walks, and night walks under a full moon. Check out the future programming at https://azstateparks.com/lost-dutchman/events
11 Photographs that Will Cause you to Hike Treasure Loop Trail at Lost Dutchman State Park in The Superstition Mountains
Have you hiked this trail? Would you hike this trail?
For additional Los Dutchman State Park information, visit https://azstateparks.com/lost-dutchman
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26 thoughts on “11 Photographs that Will Cause you to Hike Treasure Loop Trail at Lost Dutchman State Park in The Superstition Mountains”
2.4miles – that is doable for a newbie! I will give it a shot!! Thx for sharing!
Lets go. You will enjoy it!
The hike looks amazing. What beautiful views. This is something I would try. Tks for the pictures.
Thx for the share Missy…I’m an Arizona native and didn’t know about that trail. Looks like fun.
You both would enjoy the views and the wild flowers.
This is a great post. The area is so beautiful. Been there so many times growing up.
Arizona is on my list of places I want to travel to next. It looks so beautiful and these photos are convincing me even more that I need to go! Thank you for sharing these!!
You are welcome. 🙂
I love hiking! These views are gorgeous! I’ll have to add this to my AZ list for when I make it out there.
This is on our list to do. We’ll be visiting the southwest this year on our RV adventures.
Wonderful, there are many great RV spots near.
Such beautiful landscape. I would love to hike these trails!!
You would enjoy the trails.
I love hiking and hope to give this trail a try the next time I’m in Arizona. You were right, the photos made me want to hike there!
Thise views are spectacular!
Yep! I want to hike it!
What beautiful photos! I love the one with the fence with the mountains ahead. I’m not a big hiker but I would give this a shot.
Pick a nice flat trail for your first hike with a beautiful view.
Arizona is truly beautiful and this hike looks amazing. Your pics are great!
It looks beautiful! We came to Phoenix over a spring break one year. It was great to have summer-like weather and this looks like something I’d love to do with my family.
Yes, it would be a great family activity.
Such lovely photos! I would love to visit someday.
The views on this hike look amazing! Will have to visit someday!
You would love the park.
Would love to spend some time here, looks amazing. Great photos.
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