Well I suppose I got off the main trail to soon, I had to make my way thru brush and over rocks and logs. Anyways I made it to the top. Very beautiful view of Big Meadow and surrounding area. Creeks were full but there were mosquitoes everywhere.
Great free campsites by a stream right at the trailhead. Per the webpage directions I left the trail and cut uphill - but on the way back followed the ridgeline to the saddle, along a heavily-ducked use trail. That was easier.
Looks like you could cut the driving a bit by doing a cross-country hike (same distance with even less elevation) from the end of Forest Route 22S19 - but when I tried, the road was closed.
fun day hike
Probably one of the easiest peaks in the SPS list. Up less than 2 hours and down less than an hour. No summit register found in the broken wooden box on the top.
With "Sirretta North" from the standard trail. Nice views of a melting out high Sierra.
With Wes, Shannon, and Erin after driving up from LA in the morning. But not before stopping off at the Kernville Brewery. Great camping right at the trail head in complete solitude.
Backpacking with a group.
Cairn built on the summit to raise it by 3 feet was the only interesting feature. Not sure why this is a SPS peak.
First Peak for Debbie and I
Quick yet nice hike on a pleasant day, but a long drive from anywhere for a so-so peak.
Started in the dark and got to the top just after sunrise. Great views and a nice, easy hike. There was some remaining snow from a storm a few days earlier which made the summit rocks a little slippery. Climbed Taylor Dome afterwards.
Nice hike with Laura on a beautiful December day.
Dayhiked this and Cannell Point from the end of the forest road.
The meadows were in plush condition during this hike.
A short weekend in the southern sierra.
Climbed in the dark after doing a handful of other peaks in the Southern Sierra that day. Trip Report
Climbed this in the morning along with Taylor Dome in the afternoon. I love the giant cairn on top.