This was trip 32 in the Superstition Wilderness Trails East book by Carlson/Stewart. A great day hike in a seldom visited area. Although the majority of the hike was off trail it really didn't feel that way. The hike from the barn to the first ridge (two pine trees) was very well defined and seems to get a lot of traffic. From there to the fence the trail is a little tougher to find but fairly easy to re-locate as long as you keep your bearings headed in the north/south direction. As mentioned in the book description it is worth the effort to locate the west gate at the fence line just before you drop into Wildcat Canyon, or at least find that ravine. Very easy travel from there to the canyon bed. Once you are in the canyon, other than the boulder hopping, travel is fairly smooth other than busting through some low hanging tree branches once in a while. Cuff Button to the corral is the only official trail we traveled on. Once at the corral we bushwhacked our way back to the Cuff Button Spring. Well worth the effort as the location was very scenic. Plenty of water at both the Oak Spring and Cuff Button Spring.