This area was quite amazing. Completely different from the eastern side of the Superstition Mountains that I usually see. So many trees and the stream was flowing much more than I expected!
This loading chute is at the trailhead, along with several pens to hold livestock and a house. Elsewhere in the area are other old remnants of people living out here such as building foundations and walls, additional corrals, and even an old bed spring out in the woods.
I love the Superstition Wilderness for its history and its beauty!
Bull Basin Trail is a 10.7-mile out and back.