Take the Robinson Creek trail from Twin Lakes campground. After 8 miles or so, take the trail toward Peeler Lake/Kerrick Meadow.
Head toward the southern edge of Peeler Lake. Head up the slabs above or the chute well to the right. Slightly harder climbing, with giant boulders is encountered near the top of the slabs. Above the boulders is one of the High Sierra's most vibrant and healthy whitebark pine stands.
The summit is just above the whitebark pine trees.
Hiking boots and a healthy sense of adventure.
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