A view from the Lost Dutchman's State Park across from the old mining town of Goldfield Arizona.
This is the Green Boulder. Can you see the tiny people at the bottom of the Rock?
Looking back from The Basin at Goldfield Arizona. Goldfield was once a booming mining town.
This is what they call "the Basin". It is the official trail end and it was formed by an ancient lava flow.
I call this the Bunny Rock. Does it look like a Rabbit to you?
Another neat looking rock formation along the trail
The Flat Iron peak stands majestically above the Siphon Draw. The distinctive light colored band can be seen for miles around.
I recommend visiting the Superstition Mountains of the Tonto National Forest of Arizona for terrific hiking and breathtaking views. Google Lost Dutchman's State Park for more info.
My friend took this picture of me standing in front of the Whitlow Dam on Queen Creek in the foothills of the Superstion Mountains of Arizona.
In this picture you can see the top peak in the back of the Lost Dutchman's State Park in the distance in the left center of the picture. Weaver's Needle is in the right center of he picture.
Looking back from the top of he dam at the water collection area.
A very young Diamondback Rattle Snake crossed our path.
Looking up at earthen dam from water collection area.