Different variables come into play in terms of what we want or expect from a peak.
Mount Hannah is one of those "just gotta cross this one off the list" mountains.
Hannah is in the Mayacamas Range 5.5 miles north of Cobb Mtn.. Like most peaks in the area it is thoroughly forested. It is also on private property. This is the third highest mountain in the range and must have great views but you're not likely to see them. The summit is a small clearing surrounded by forest. I talked to a local dirt biker and he told me hikers are not likely to get hassled. The route I took saw no one. It's a straight forward forest road hike up a network of old roads out of use many covered with sticks and pine cones that weave to the top. The hike is 3.9 miles round trip and 1,342' total el. gain.
From Hwy. 29 near Kelseyville Take Bottlerock Road 4.2 miles to Harrington Flat Rd. Go left on Harrington Flat Rd. 1.4 more miles to the junction with the power easement and park.