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Strenuous off trail hike
This small mountain sits at the north end of Locket Meadow. Its elevation is 9,238, being the most miniature mountain in the San Francisco Peaks. It is a dull-looking lava dome that does not get much attention; not many people hike it. Most People go into Locket Meadow to hike into the Inner Basin. It is a steep climb that is well worth it. It has the best views looking into the San Francisco Peaks bowl.
You can pick any part of the mountain and head up through the open timber to climb it. The mountain is almost perfectly round, and any part of the mountain will be equally steep. The top is flat and gives lovely views.
Check out the Official Route and Triplogs.