|Best months for climbing:||May, Jun, Jul, Aug|
|Year first climbed:||197-|
|Convenient Center:||Farmington, New Mexico|
The mountain is a large single rising massif, that projects itself high above the surrounding San Juan Basin and other geologic formations. The mountain is rugged, and very difficult to climb. The climb is strenuous and very tiring. The mountain summit is small, yet it is very pronounced. The views are spectacular. Another 5 miles west is a higher peak known as Roof Butte. Both of these beautiful mountains are in the Chuska Mountains.