Elevation gain/loss is displayed based on the direction of travel used in the trail description. If traveling the other direction, swap the gain and loss values. The slope value is an average across the entire trail and may not provide an accurate indication of the steepness of a trail if that trail climbs and drops an equal amount.
A mostly lost trail to Erickson Peak, departing from the Price Shake Trail at Dobson Saddle. Only visible for a short distance, with occasional cairns marking portions of the route.
An originally well-constructed but very badly overgrown and unmaintained trail that switchbacks to the top of Snowshed Peak from Snowshed Saddle along the Snowshed Trail.
A long-abandoned dead-end trail from Cima Saddle to an old helispot on a ridge dividing the north and south forks of Ward Canyon, this trail once provided a viewpoint in an area now opened up by fire.
An old roadbed connecting two points along the Long Park Road (FR 42D), this passes by several spectacularly large trees and provides an alternate route between Rustler Park and Long Park.
A hike up a faint trail and a creekbed to the Rucker Gates, towering spires and cliffs of red rhyolite with enormous grottos carved out of the rock by water erosion.
A very rough, overgrown and abandoned piece of the Mormon Ridge Trail that connects the modern route of that trail and the Mormon Canyon Trail at Mormon Saddle with the Crest Trail ⅔ mile north of Junction Saddle.
A very rough but short trail providing access to John Long Canyon from Rucker Canyon.
A vague, steep route from the trail junction at Wood Canyon Saddle to Cochise Head, a distinct rock formation resembling the facial profile of the Apache chief.
A short distance into the Price Canyon Trail, this trail forks off to the left and climbs to Dobson Saddle between Dobson and Erickson Peaks. A segment between Dobson Saddle and Shake Gulch shown on some maps is no longer visible. The Erickson Peak Trail once departed from Dobson Saddle, but there is little evidence of it remaining.
A connector trail between Bonita Park in the Chiricahua National Monument and Whitetail Canyon Road.
A steep and rough, but very beautiful, connector trail between the Rucker Trail and the Red Rock Canyon Trail just south of Sage Peak. Very infrequently used and difficult to find at the lower end. Can be used to complete a loop combining both aforementioned trails.
Connecting Pine Canyon above Methodist Camp with the Bootlegger Trail and Witch Ridge Trail at Rattle Rock Saddle and the Rock Creek Trail further south, this trail's northern end through Rattlesnake Canyon is horribly washed out and obliterated, while the remainder is in comparatively good condition.
A rough, remote trail from Horseshoe Saddle along the Burro Trail to the base of Sentinel Peak. Connects with the Burnt Stump Trail close to Sentinel Peak. Can be used as part of several loops, including over Sentinel Peak and back down the South Fork Trail or to Horseshoe Saddle and down the Burro Trail.
A primitive, remote trail connecting Pine Canyon Road (FR 357) to the Witch Ridge Trail, through a heavily burned canyon.
A historic logging road built in the early 1900s joining Barfoot Park and the town of Paradise. Though overgrown in places, it can be followed for most of its original route except where modern roads overlap it. The Trans-Mountain Road (FR 42) crosses it in two places.
Passing along the bottom of Price Canyon for a number of miles, this trail connects with thePrice Shake Trail, Baker Canyon Trail and Rucker Trail before making a steep ascent to the Crest Trail northwest of Sentinel and Finnicum Peaks.
This rough, remote trail between the lower Rucker Canyon area and Price Canyon can be difficult to find in places, but provides access to a remote area of the Chiricahuas with great views.
This long, remote trail exits Whitetail Canyon along Indian Creek before climbing to Wood Canyon Saddle near Cochise Head and dropping into Wood Canyon and continuing north for a number of miles. Connects to the Emigrant Canyon Trail partway through Wood Canyon.