Elevation: 6,628 ft
This peak is not in the book.
Split Creek Point was once the home of a 75 tall foot lookout tower. Its summit is still graced by a cabin built in the 1930s. The peak stands east of the main Lick Creek Subrange crest and west of the Sesech River which cuts a deep canyon along its flank. Unlike the majority of mountains in this area Split Creek Point has not burned and the approach trail takes you through a lush forest.
The summit is reached by a trail which begins at a well marked trailhead along the Lick Creek Road. The trail begins at roughly 4300 feet and climbs directly north to a saddle at 6,000 feet. The trail then cuts back to the southeast following a ridge that leads to the 6,628 foot summit. I have only followed the trail when it was mostly covered by snow but in the spots where the snow was melted, there was a descent tread visible. When I hiked the trail we had five different GPS devices in the group and none of them came up with the same distance. I think it safe to say that the hike is 6.0 to 6.5 miles one way.
USGS Enos Lake