Took a snowmobile up the Squaw Peak road from the Hobble Creek side to within about 2 miles of Kolob basin overlook. Skinned up to Kolob basin and then up the west ridge to the top of Corral Mountain (I'm assuming the top of the west ridge is the peak ????). Skied south along the ridge to the farest ridge that goes east, then skied down to the Squaw Peak road. Was surprised to see others ski tracks on the top of the mountain.
One of the more foolish times to go hiking. It was 34 degrees at the trailhead, and the cloud ceiling had dropped to just under 9000ft. Oh yeah, and it was the second weekend of deer season. I was lucky not to get shot since visibility was so limited. Probably not one of the brightest things I've done. It took about two and a half hours to the summit. I think I was more excited to get back to the truck without getting shot instead of making it to the top. Unfortunately, no views due to the cloud cover. Two hours down. I'll definitely do this one again. A little routefinding from the terrace to the top of the ridge.