See the directions under "Getting There" section on the main page.
From the trailhead, follow the nicely switch-backed trail for approximately a mile (there are distance markers at 0.25 mile intervals) and 800 feet of elevation gain to a set of picnic tables. Note that shortly before the picnic tables a trail will join in from the right (bear left). This is an access trail from one of two alternative trailheads. Pick up a somewhat faint trail past the small meadow with the picnic tables and continue for another 0.1 mile to the top. The summit itself is marked with a (dated?) concrete block and is slightly overgrown. A better spot for enjoying the views is actually just below the summit atop a rock horn (see photos).
Sandals would do just fine though hiking boots are nice to protect your toes from the roots etc. on the trail. Area is warm and steamy - bring some water.
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