Superstition Mountain sits east of the metropolitan area of Phoenix, Arizona. State Route 88 borders the mountain on the northwest, and State Route 188 is at its northeast. Sightseers can also reach Superstition Mountain from U.S. Route 60, which approaches it on the south.
Superstition Mountain and its surrounding range are popular hiking destinations, and they are also well known for tales of hidden gold, according to the Huffington Post. A remnant on the northeast end of Superstition Mountain plays a central part in the legend of buried treasure, which is popularly known as the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine. A map exists from the 1800s that appears to mark spots within the range where a treasure hunter stored his find.