Starting from Icehouse Canyon road end hike up the main trail for about 0.5 miles. When you can see the first canyon heading east on the other side of the creek take off cross country up it. This is Falling Rock Canyon.
Falling Rock Canyon is a narrow steep walled canyon with a few boulder sections of Class 3. Do not try to traverse around the difficult sections(it's more trouble than it's worth). After about 0.5miles when you can see the steep scree of the north slope, head up out of the canyon directly for the summit. This is the most strenuous section of the climb with ~1000' of elevation gain in ~0.6 miles. Stay on the north slope till you get near the top where the incline begins to level off. This will be a bit of a slog, but a fantastic rock ski down! The actual summit is the Southern most bump on a small ridge and has a tall rock pile. There is a small PVC tube with the summit register at the top.
Only water(and food) for late spring to early winter. Might be a nice crampon, ice axe trainer if there were enough snow.
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