Elevation

5,732 ft / 1,747 m

Prominence

612 ft / 187 m

Summits

23 summits

Top climbing months

February   17%

December   13%

October   13%

Most climbed route

Trail starting at KCBS-TV fence

"This was peak 5/5 and not officially part of the Sierra Club trip, as it was off-trail. We managed to hit the summit and make it back just before sunset. Note: the KCBS-TV station fence wraps around the entrance driveway, and you have to go a bit around it to find the "trailhead." Recent storms have also loosened the terrain a bit, so footing wasn't the most stable that day." - ctrain2018, Dec 11, 2018
"I just went up an ugly mountaineers route from the direct north. Slogged loose dirt and rocks interspersed with occasional thorny brush. What a gross little bump to include in a peak list. " - JustinB, Sep 27, 2018
"I had a three hour window the entire weekend in which to snag a peak. I took advantage and even managed to complete an HPS summit. Mission accomplished! It's a rather easy climb that seemed to end abruptly. I found myself looking over the side on the summit to make sure I didn't have further to go. The use trail gets a little sketchy at times, but then again, it is only a use trail. Trees block a lot of the summit views, but surrounding peaks are visible through the open areas." - Peak-Conquistador, Feb 25, 2018
"It was raining and pretty foggy so that made it fun. This trail is pretty easy. You pass a couple of antennas and a concrete base of some sort. Once you reach the summit, the view is obstructed from the trees (and the fog on my particular hike)." - rickb, Jan 19, 2018
"This peak required more effort than I was expecting based on the stats of 2 mi /200 ft. The use trail involved some unpleasant side-hilling on soft forest duff and a meandering, slightly over-grown use-trail. On top of it all, views were pretty crappy from the summit due to brush. Walking around the communications site was probably the most notable feature of this trip. There wasn't a register at the top. Peak 5/6 on the day with Josephine, Lawlor, Strawberry, Barley Flats, and Deception. " - klotito, Jun 4, 2017

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