There is only one official hiking trail to the summit: Looking Glass Rock Trail. It's 3.2 miles in length and climbs about 1800 feet. Some sections are very steep. I lost count of the switchbacks, but there are very many.
This trail is just a straightforward hike. A good part of it is very steep and, as I mentioned, there are a lot of switchbacks. The first part of the trail parallels a creek and one crosses a few small springs on the way to the summit. Most of the ridge is very dry, so take plenty of water along. You'll need it. This is a heavily used trail and there is some trail degradation, cutting of switchbacks, and erosion. Stay on the trail to prevent further damage.
Just good hiking boots, and plenty of water. I would suggest a hiking staff.
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