Bulldog Canyon

Location: Northeast of Mesa and north of Apache Junction.

Difficulty: Easy.

Description: A permit is required for this trail. It’s easy to obtain and free. Carry it with you at all times. Call Mesa District Rangers at (480) 610-3300. You can now obtain the necessary permit online! Just fill out the form, and they e-mail you printable permit within two days. Very convenient! Here’s the link.
This is a highly sensitive area and subject to closure. Stay on trails and follow the rules at all times! The trail passes through scenic Sonoran Desert with views of Goldfield and Superstition Mountains. Suitable for aggressive stock SUVs with high ground clearance.

Time & Distance: About 8 miles. Allow 2 to 3 hours.

Trail Conditions: Tonto N.F., Mesa Ranger District. Call (480) 610-3300.


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Directions to the Trail: From Hwy 60 east of Phoenix, head north from exit 188 on Power Road which turns into Bush Highway north of town. Follow Bush Hwy east and turn right 1.7 miles after Usery Pass Road. Refer to your permit for combination of gate. Relock the gate after passing through.


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