This shallow but enormous, cave-like pocket of Superstition Mountain stone is an old favorite for many Arizonans, but it's gained fame in the last few years thanks to social media. You, too, can take a photo there of you or your favorite amigos in silhouette against the bright zap of primo Sonoran Desert landscape, all framed by the cave's claw-like shape. As good as the destination may be, the journey is also worth the trip. It's a beautiful, 3.5-mile out-and-back hike through gorgeous desert (thankfully unburned by June's devastating, 25,000-acre Sawtooth Fire just east of the area). Take the U.S. 60 to Peralta Road and head north; be sure to follow the Carney Springs Road turnoff to the left. Like many people who park at the trailhead, you probably won't get the required state Recreational Permit. Don't be that person: It's just $15, and we put the link above. It just might save you from a fine.