This is the shapely volcanic peak to the west of Trail Mountain on the way to Three Creeks Valley. Though small, it's location makes for an incredible vantage point from which to see much of the Southern Pahvant and Tushar Mountains.
From Richfield, drive west on I-70 to Exit 7, which is the western intersection of I-70 and Clear Creek Canyon Road (28.8 miles). Turn right (East) and drive 1.2 miles. Turn left onto FR106/Pavant Corn Creek Road. Drive 2.5 miles until to the northeast of the peak. Practice caution on this road, which can get incredibly slick and sticky after a rain.
This is a straightforward bushwhack between cedars and scrub oak up the north/northeast slope of the peak.
Round-trip Distance: 1.14 miles
Elevation Gain: 480 feet
The peak is in the Fishlake National Forest. Practice Leave No Trace ethics as best as you can.
Year-round is possible though snow travel would be required for an additional 5 or so miles to get to the peak in winter. Spring through fall are the best times.
There are many primitive sites throughout this mountain range. Castle Rock Campground south of Fremont Indian State Park is one of the closest developed campgrounds.