The Mazatzal Wilderness: Area in the Tonto National Forest covers the north end of the Mazatzal Range, an area of 252,000 acres. The word "Mazatzal" comes from an old Indian culture in Mexico, and means "Land of the Deer".
Superstition Wilderness: The Superstition Wilderness area is part of the Tonto National Forest, and includes the famous Superstition Mountain and Weaver's Needle. The area includes 160,200 acres of rugged terrain, reaching elevations between 2,000 and 6,265 feet.
Weaver's Needle is a 4,553 foot pinnacle in the Superstition Wilderness, named after prospector Pauline Weaver.
Four Peaks Wilderness: is part of the Tonto National Forest, covering approximately 60,740 acres. The Peaks are located in the southern end of the Mazatzal mountain range, northeast of Apache Junction. Elevations range from 1,600 feet to 7,657 feet.
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