Now a 650 foot hill does not sound so exciting. But this hill is a massive exception. Young Hill is a special hill with a great 180 panorama of Victoria Island, the western San Juan Islands, and the Haro Straight that separates the United States and Canada. This summit clearly has a lot of blame for the buck and is a great summit for in shape and slightly more out of shape peak baggers along with historians as well.
The official trail that uses a former road and goes all of the way to the summit. It is about 1.8 miles roundtrip and 500 feet elevation gain. The trail travels through nice forest and field before hitting the summit area. The true summit is located roughly 200 feet from the amazing viewpoint off to the west.
It should be noted that I saw a number of people coming up from the English Cemetery via a steeper trail. This shorter and steeper trail travels through in open field and steeply goes all the way to the summit. It is unofficial and not listed on any map therefore as an author of the page I would not recommend taking this route.
One can also link this hike to nearby Mitchell Hill and to Bell Point as well if one desires.