Climbing and access information for this peak is on Pages 287-288 of the book.
I have climbed Hawley Mountain 3 times–twice under a full moon in August. It’s a much harder climb than it looks from the base. The peak offers great views from the top. Hawley Mountain is often free of deep snow in early Spring. The 2 routes in the book (Northwest Ridge and Northeast Ridge) are the only routes that I have climbed. While the peak can be climbed from many other directions, these 2 routes offer the best access. USGS Hawley Mountain
The South Side of Hawley Mountain.
Steve Mandella’s GPS track shows both routes from the book: Northeast Ridge (left) and Northwest Ridge (right).
Steve Mandella’s elevation profile for ascending the Northwest Ridge and descending the Northeast Ridge.
Looking toward the summit and the Northeast Ridge. Steve Mandella Photo
Margo Mandella descending the Northeast Ridge. The talus and boulders are a bit of a pain on the upper reaches of the route. Steve Mandella Photo
Bruce Dunham ascending the Northwest Ridge. Steve Mandella Photo
Hawley Mountain as viewed from the west from Pass Creek Road. Steve Mandella Photo