The Legends of Superior Trails Inc (LOST). has announced the schedule for their upcoming 2020 Hashbrowns, History and Hiking events. Each event begins 7:30 a.m. at the Superior Chamber of Commerce, 165 Main Street in Downtown Superior. The event ticket is $25 and includes a hearty breakfast, historic presentation and guided hike.
The first event is scheduled for Jan. 10, and the topic is the history of US 60 and the Apache Trail. The presentation and guided hike will be given by Rick Powers, who is the author of an Images of America book about the Apache Trail and a local transportation historian. The hike will be on the Queen Creek Canyon segment of the LOST, this segment is part of the original US 60 highway which was the first $1 million per mile highway built in America. Seating is limited, so please reserve your seats by registering online at: http://bit.ly/Jan20HHH
The second event in the series is scheduled for Feb. 14. Steve Germick, the historian from the Tonto National Forest, will give a presentation on Pinal City. A regional storyteller is tentatively scheduled to provide stories and legends about Mattie Earp. The guided hike will be on the LOST-Pinal City segment. Space is limited for this event too, please reserve your seats by registering online at: http://bit.ly/Feb20HHH.
A third Hashbrowns, History and Hiking event is scheduled for March 20th. At press time the history subject has not been finalized but will be released soon.
If you prefer to reserve your seats over the phone please call Mila at 520-827-0676, or you may email LOST at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Legends of Superior Trails Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization devoted to building, maintaining, and promoting trails in Superior and the surrounding Tonto National Forest. You can learn more about the LOST on its website: superioraztrails.com or their Facebook page @LOSTInSuperiorAZ.