Elevation: 7,237 ft
Climbing and access information for this peak is found on page 144. The book calls this peak, Mores Peak based on an old map. The official name is Mores Mountain.
As discussed in the book, there is a good and popular trail that will take you to this summit. The Forest Service charges $5 to park at the trailhead. The trail begins as a nature trail and forks shortly after it starts. Of course, as a loop trail you can go either way. I prefer the left fork for the ascent. The trail to the left crosses under the peak’s southern slopes. After climbing about 500 feet the trail turns north and then drops down a bit. This is the spot to make the short climb to the summit which is a short climb above you. From the summit you can return to the trail or head north through a shallow saddle to the peak’s other summit. The trail is just north of the second summit and then descends back to the trailhead. This is an easy hike of 2.3 miles. Taking the left fork will get you to the point where you leave the trail in just 0.7 miles. It’s another 0.08 miles to the summit with no trail with a total elevation gain of 540 feet. My GPS track is set out below.