Elevation: 8,214 ft
This peak is not in the book.
Scott Mountain is an active fire lookout located at the south end of the Log Mountain/Deadwood Ridge Divide. This is a rugged, wild area with many peaks ranging between 7,800 and 8,200 feet in elevation and a lot of exposed granite. Access to this area is via the Deadwood Reservoir Road described on page 140 under [(D)(1.2)]. The road to Scott Mountain leaves this road at its highest point, roughly 10.0 miles from the pavement. From the junction it is 4.2 miles to the summit.
Since a road leads to the top and, I recommend a mountain bike ascent. The road from the junction is narrow but mostly smooth and without too many ups and downs.
Dan Robbins hiked most of the road to the summit and his trip report, linked below. It will give you additional information you may need to ascend this peak. USGS Lightning Ridge