Hashbrowns, History & Hiking – History of Pinal City

LOST - Hashbrowns, History & Hiking - History of Pinal City 
Join us for Hashbrowns, History & Hiking at the Superior Chamber of Commerce. This unique fundraiser event will feature a hearty breakfast (full menu to be announced), with a presentation and discussion.  Following the breakfast and discussion join our speaker and local guides on an interpretive hike on the LOST - Pinal City Segment.  The cost for the event is $20 per person, funds raised benefit the Legends of Superior Trails Inc.

Why did people setting in the area? Who were the pre-historic inhabitants of the area?  Were there really thousands of people living here?  These are all questions that will be answered by Scott Wood who is a retired Archeologist from the Tonto National Forest.  Scott has exstensive knowlege of Pinal City and the Tonto National Forest.  Following his presentation, we will be taking a walk on the LOST - Pinal City segment to learn more about the history of Pinal City and see some of the ruins of the area.  

Seating is limited, please do not delay in reserving your spot for Hashbrowns, History and Hiking.




Mar 8, 2019


Superior Chamber of Commerce
230 West Main Street
Superior, AZ 85173



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