Explore Superior at the Legends of Superior Trails Festival

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The Legends of Superior Trails Inc (LOST) invites you to join explore the wonders of Superior and the Tonto National Forest on Saturday, February 10, 2018. This annual event features guided hikes through Arnett Canyon, the Queen Creek Canyon and a historical tour of Pinal City.

New to the event this year is a Rock Climbing Experience on the Queen Creek Canyon segment of the LOST from 10am to 12:00 noon. A release waiver will need to be signed prior to climbing. The climbing experience will allow participants to wear appropriate rock climbing gear and climb a very beginner rock climbing challenge along the Queen Creek Segment of the LOST. Parents will need to sign the release for those under 18 years of age. A birding walk is also being planned for the event, details are being confirmed on the location and time of the walk.

All hike participants will meet at the information booth on Main Street and Neary Ave. near Besich Park to meet their hike guides and then caravan to local trail heads. The Arnett Canyon Hike will leave Main Street at 9:30am via caravan. The Pinal City “Talk & Walk” will begin at 9:30am with a historical presentation by Scott Wood, retired Tonto National Forest Archeologist, following his presentation hikers will caravan to the trail head for a hike into Pinal City. The Queen Creek Canyon Trail hike to the Queen Creek Tunnel will leave Main Street at 10:30am

The LOST Fest will begin at Besich Park at 11:00am with food booths, interactive displays, vendor booths and a beer garden. Live music by “The Heart of Arizona” band will play from Noon-3:00 pm. For more information or to pre-register for the hikes please contact Mila Besich-Lira at 520-827-0676 or visit the registration page online at http://bit.ly/LOST2018