I'm going to get a shirt that says "I survived Peah 2075, but my shorts didn't.
Got to the TH at Rosé Ln around 4pm. I followed a trail counterclockwise around the north end of the mountain. About that time the trail goes under a telephone wire (that goes to the top of the mountain), and does a little climbing as it joins with an old road. At this point, if you are doing a loop of the mountain you would continue westwardly. Instead, I followed the road east as it switchbacked a ways up the mountain. This road stopped a little half way up. I was left with he decision of returning to the loop and finding a more accessible way to the top or boulder hopping my way to the top from here. I chose the later. As I started my w ascent to the top I checked out a mine that I could see from the northeast base of the mountain. The shaft looked only to be 5-6 feet deep and had been covered by some massive boulders. As I boulder hopped to the top I was faced with extreme stretches as I climbed from one rock to the next, stretches that my shorts were, apparently, not designed to make. Needless to say, by the time I got to the top (and actually stumbled upon a legitimate trail that went to the top) I had a 5 inch rip in my shorts.
Luckily this is not a heavily trafficked trail, but I still had to be discrete as I did encounter several hikers. The views from the top were nice, but to be honest I was somewhat distracted. The trail that I came upon, also seemed very nice and I actually followed it down. It looks like you have several options with this trail as there were several branches which I bypassed as I took the most direct route back to my car. I was surprised to see that the parking lot was full (the little cul De sac can handle about 7 cars). The trails that surround this mountain are nothing to write home about as they have been used and abused by hikers, bikers and off roaders over the years. In a lot of places it is more "trail" than desert. However, portions of the trail up on the mountain were very nice, reminiscent of the Sunrise or WestWing Trails in Peoria. I definitely will need to come back to see what else they have to offer.