This may be the newest peak on the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter’s Hundred Peaks list added in January 2014 by the Hundred Peaks’ legendary exploratory couple: Peter and Ignacia Doggett. Relatively few have done this peak so far, and guaranteed to be one of your favorite peaks/hikes. It is located above the southern edge of Lockwood Valley just below Reyes Peak in the Los Padres National Forest.
If you enjoy ample rock scrambling and incredible views of badlands (highly eroded from water and wind in an arid environment); and you work during the week that keeps you from coming on the Wild Wednesday Warriors’ hikes, now is the time to put in for PTO. One may need another PTO day on Thursday just to recover from the hike.
The peak is 6150 feet in elevation, the distance is 12 miles round trip with 3800 feet of total elevation gain, 3000 feet to the peak and 800 feet back to the parking lot.
More specific details to follow for meeting locations and times.
Expect to be Wowwed!