Why to add this peak since it is unranked? because it is there and it has a name. The peak looks beautiful from the drive to Telluride and especially from Telluride Ski Resort.
Continue on Deep Creek trail west, it even drops a little bit down in elevation. You will pass 2 small drainages and then a creek. Here the trail turns up and after a couple of switchbacks, look for a huge pine tree that fell across Deep Creek Trail and that has saw marks where a chunk had to be cleared from the trail. This tree covers a small deer trail on the right (N), which is the way.
Start just left of the big pine tree, leaving Deep Creek Trail, and follow the deer trail or bushwhack up a little shoulder/ridge for about 1/4 mile (stay right to avoid many fallen trees). Next, angle to the left (NW) toward the clearing before the super steeps. If you do it right, it’s only 15 minutes to the clearing from Deep Creek Trail. It’s 2 hrs more to the summit. Bushwhack up the first steep drainage from the trees. Hike steeply on the left rise to start, but cross back right at a rock ledge in the drainage go back into the aspens. Or, from the clearing, go back into the woods, and scramble up the left side. This part is disorienting, going up or down.
Either way, hike the strongest trail straight up through aspens, between the rock outcrops, and continue more steeply through the high evergreens to Campbell’s SE ridge. Stay on it. I did a slight variation and ended up higher up on the ridge (about 200 feet above the fence). I did not find the route finding too difficult, and gaining a ridge took a while, but once up there it is rewarding.
After crossing an old broken fence near the ridge and tree line, hike up the southeast ridge. Enjoy the views, especially Dallas Peak, West Dallas and "T 0" look great. The ridge is easy until you see a large rock obstacle. It is not as bad as it looks, just approach it and head towards its right side - there is an easy and not too exposed scramble, perhaps a few class 3 moves. A few small cairns mark the path too, but I had a hard time spotting those on the way up. The rest of the ridge is ok to the summit on flat, loose scree. It is just a short 15 min stroll once you get above this obstacle.
The summit appears small since much taller "T 0" is right behind it. There is a tiny cairn, no sign in register. The views over to Telluride Mountain Village, Wilson group, "T 0", West Dallas, Dallas Peak, Mount Emma, and to the northwest of Mears peak are amazing. Unfortunately, 14er Mount Sneffels is not seen, it is hiding behind "T 0".
Bonus: T 0 and/or West Dallas Peak would definitively extend your hiking day.
Distance: 9 miles round trip
Elevation change: 4,400 feet