Great trail, steep, and easy to follow. There were blue flags leading to the tower and green from there to the peak proper.
Two hours to the top and ninety minutes down on a warm, humid day. The trail was very clear and well defined all the way to the top. The south summit did have a deer stand for those wanting to get above the trees to take a picture (otherwise it was a pretty limited view). The signs on the trail are old but still there and doorknobs were a pleasant oddity.
Took Jeep almost to Hunting Camp on Tower RD. Up the snowmobile trails to the fire tower and then the canister. Ok views to be had from climbing some trees near the tower, wish the tower was still up!
Climbed via the Dorset Hollow Trail from Dorset. A brutally hot and humid day. What few views we had were dull and hazy. If that wasn't enough there were tons of black flies out this time of year. Despite this we still had a good time. But we were a little confused to find a old rotted-out grill on South Peak.
There aren't many peaks in Vermont named after great running backs. This one is the finest.
Beautiful day, and despite it being the first day of rifle season, we heard nary a shot during the entire hike.
95 degrees out today but I wanted to get some pictures and coordinates.