Very scenic hike through Sloan Canyon, once out of the canyon it was a bit of a slog to the summit, but an optional, short class 3 cliff band made it a little more exciting. Magnificent views all around!
I'm lucky enough to live within 4 miles of the trailhead. This mountain taunts me every time I look South from my garage. I biked into Sloan Canyon, parked the bike at the trailhead, then hiked up. Easy hike all the way until the ascent to the ridge, which is moderately steep but short. Nice views.
Climber's log is well protected in ammo box. Several pens in the box as well.
I made a big loop hitting 6 different peaks today. Sutor was the highest but also probably the easiest. Love the petroglyphs lower on the mountain.
In 2003, I think. Was with Mark B, Bill J and one or two others.
Led a group of Boy Scouts up here after camping in Hidden Valley. Hikers included Mike and David Mounteer; Rell and Skyler Sudweeks; Curtis, Troy and Austin Steadman; Daniel and John Cowan; Josh Sillitoe; D.J. Kesterson; Rob West; Michael Cureton; Steven Stembridge; and my son Lance.
Looped around area; came back 5 days later to hit other crags, which are a lot more challenging.
I've been to the trailhead twice in my 2003 Outback, but had dental bills after!
Climbed with Richard N before heading over to a geocache near "Canine Crag" as named by Harlan S