If you can drive pretty far up the hill, the hike shortens dramatically...wonderful hike...steep at the top, but wonderful views await you!
If you have a 4wd vehicle, drive past the radio towers a few hundred yards to one of the parking areas. Most people climbed the southeast saddle, but we went up the north saddle, just above the old mine shaft and walked across the saddle ridge to the peak. This requires more scambling and is a bit longer than the more popular southeast route. For the SE rount, follow the trail as it turns west and walk until you can climb up to the saddle below the main summit and SE sub peak, then follow the ridge to the summit. The climb up to the saddle isn't well marked. For best weather, be on the trail by 6am, or an hour earlier if you can't drive to the radio towers. Photo is a 15 picture panorama. Mt. Antero is on the left.
Easy hike from road then ran ridge over to "Tigger Peak."
I have climbed the eastern route both in summer and winter. It is another nice hike in the summer and a cold windy snowshoe in the winter.
Drove to the antennas and hiked the rest of the road. Beautiful day to hike. Mountains starting to get to the crowded season though.