You can see for yourself on this maphttp://hikearizona.com/location_g.php?L ... 3,1147,156
There are four hikes listed on that map that access Goat Hill. It's a landmark that the map list as a hill coming just before you transverse the four peaks formation (heading west on the National Trail), which is just west of the Ranger Trail junction.
It may not be proper but I call Goat Hill (and all the hikes listed go to) the high point knob on the far west end of the four peaks formation. This is how it was described to me by an old man that'd been hiking the range since the early 1900's.