Hike along the Tule trail in the Superstition Wilderness in Arizona.
Sometimes we look for hikes just to get away from everyone and everything. The Tule trail is a good destination if your goal is desert solitude.
From the signed trailhead, follow the rocky trail into the Superstition Wilderness. The trail is marked pretty well by cairns, which is a good thing as sometimes it can be quite faint. The rocky trail smooths out after about 0.5 miles and becomes easier on the ankles. You'll be walking through the Sonoran desert here, along with the typical desert cacti like Saguaro and Cholla. After about 1.2 miles of hiking, you'll reach a large canyon wash with a corral at the bottom. Resist the urge to hike up the wash here and instead head to the opposite bank of the wash to the Superstition Wilderness boundary sign which marks the continuation of the trail. After 5.1 miles of total hiking, you'll reach the junction with the Two Bar Ridge trail, which makes for a nice turn around point. We turned around after about 3 miles of hiking one way mostly because we were bored.
Wherever you decide to turn around, this is an out and back, so you'll return the way you came.
Return by the same route.