Elevation: 7,301 ft
This peak is not in the book.
Hawley Mountain is another Idaho peak with a road to the top, which services a fire lookout that is no longer in use. The lookout was built in 1935 and is still standing. Hawley Mountain has 2,000 feet of prominence and is an excellent point to view a big chunk of Idaho. As a result, it sees a lot peakbaggers as well as vehicle ascents. Since I find hiking roads tedious, I recommend ascending this peak with a mountain bike. You can make the ride as long or as short as you like. USGS Harris Creek Summit
Approach the peak from Horseshoe Bend. From the south end of town, take the paved and then gravel road east to Harris Creek Summit. This road is signed for Placerville. It is 13 well-graded miles to Harris Creek Summit. From here, turn onto FS-374 which runs north along a ridge system to the lookout. This road requires a high-clearance vehicle in a couple of spots. It is 10.4 miles to the lookout. Park as close or as far away as you like and follow the road to the summit. As an alternative to ascending the peak via the road, you can drive to the lookout, then climb Peak 7201 which sits north of Hawley Mountain. When you return to your car, you can ascend Hawley Mountain on the way.