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Gila Countyの公園と自然

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“Gorgeous area and amazing photos— with significant hiking and exercise potential. Must be able to climb stairs and it is a long walk down to the bridge platform, but well worth it. Wear good, non-slip footwear, as rocks are often wet and can get slippery. Bring lots of water and pack in a picnic. Great family place, but not so good for the littler ones.”
  • 現地メンバー37人のおすすめ
公園
“Worth the drive! Dramatic setting at the base of Picketpost Mountain. Enjoy the walk and enjoy the many plant varieties of the native Sonoran Desert..”
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公園
“Great place for hiking (short hikes or long ones). Trail maps are available on site. Bring water. Also great for mountain biking or trail running.”
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公園
“We like to hike Wind Caves. they have restrooms, pavilions and picnic/ barbecue spots. it's a nice place to go and see stars and enjoy the desert. ”
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History Museum
“This is Scott's favorite hike and recommends it because of the challenge. It's the highest peak in the east valley and the views are to die for. Be warned, the hike is tough with climbing involved. You drive to Lost dutchman state park ($7 entrance fee) and follow the map to Siphon Draw trail. Hike that and up into the canyon.”
  • 現地メンバー26人のおすすめ
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“If you like the outdoors, San Tan Mountain Regional Park is a nice place to view the famous Arizona sunsets! There are hiking trails, guided tours, horseback riding, biking, and ranger-guided sunset tours that make San Tan Mountain Regional Park a local favorite!”
  • 現地メンバー30人のおすすめ
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“It's a fair drive out to Gold Canyon, the other side of Mesa, but this is a very pretty trail through a shady canyon and then up for a jaw-dropping view of the back of the Flatiron in the Superstitions. Very wild west, you'll love it. ”
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Fountain
“Once the world's tallest fountain, the fountain goes off every hour on the hour for 15 minutes, if its not too windy that day.”
  • 現地メンバー26人のおすすめ

ビーチ

Beach
“This is a 4-6 hour tubing float down the salt river at varying speeds with up to 6 mini rapid adventures along the way. Wild hordes play in the river edges and an abundance of wild life comes and visits”
  • 現地メンバー51人のおすすめ
公園
“Great place to go hiking or enjoy Saguaro Lake scenery from the comfort of the Saguaro Lake Marina cruise boat with a mojito in hand!”
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自然散策路

トレイル
“If you like the outdoors, San Tan Mountain Regional Park is a nice place to view the famous Arizona sunsets! There are hiking trails, guided tours, horseback riding, biking, and ranger-guided sunset tours that make San Tan Mountain Regional Park a local favorite!”
  • 現地メンバー30人のおすすめ
トレイル
“It's a fair drive out to Gold Canyon, the other side of Mesa, but this is a very pretty trail through a shady canyon and then up for a jaw-dropping view of the back of the Flatiron in the Superstitions. Very wild west, you'll love it. ”
  • 現地メンバー10人のおすすめ
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“Pine Trail Head is just south of Bradshaw Rd On HWY 87. It's the start of many trails to hike and explore. Some trails are short 1 hour or less loops and others will take you miles to complete. The famous Arizona Trail converges here too.”
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その他の素敵な屋外スポット
“A Must See! Ensure to get a permit and plan ahead as this is an arduous hike”
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その他の素敵な屋外スポット
“Short drive from the cabin to the trail head. It's not for the faint of heart but beautiful. About an 8 mile round trip.”
  • 現地メンバー2人のおすすめ
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“not too far, great view of the superstition mountains, easy to moderate hike. great with dogs”
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“Shoofly Village Archaeological Ruins offers visitors a self-guided tour back into another era. The Shoofly Indian Ruins were believed to have been occupied between A.D. 1000-1250. At an elevation of 5,240 feet, Shoofly Village once had a total of 79 structures of which the rock outlines, once the base of the walls, are still visible. As both farmers and hunters, they grew corn, beans, squash, possibly cotton and successfully hunted deer, elk, rabbits, rodents, birds, and migratory fowl (ducks and geese). It is also believed they may have raised turkeys (wild turkeys are indigenous to the area). Their brown clay pottery were mostly jar-shaped vessels but were not decorated with designs.”
  • 現地メンバー2人のおすすめ
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“This is a fun 3 mile hike (1.5 in/1.5 out). Dogs are welcome on this trail and it is not to difficult so if you have children 8 and over they should be able to handle it. Remember to bring water! Its hot in Arizona even when you think its not. ”
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