This mountain is accessible to everyone and there are many hiking trails that lead to the summit. I first climbed Hidden Peak from Albion Basin by climbing over Mount Baldy and traversing over Hidden Peak and then continuing on the Bullion Divide ridge. Gad Valley and Peruvian Gulch are good hikes.
I've climbed this hil or peak many times, but it gets worse as the years go on it seems. More and more ski runs have been added, and now a rediculous convention center is proposed for the summit. Just what we need. Convention centers on the summits of some of the highest peaks in the Wasatch and ajacent to the wilderness area.
First peak of any significance I ever climbed, with my dad and two brothers via Gad Valley back in August 1983. Lots of big snow patches up high from the ridiculous snowpack from the previous winter. Used to be free tram rides down if you hiked up, not sure if that is still the case. Hiked up Peruvian Gulch the next year, and have climbed Hidden Peak many times since then.