Elevation: 4640 feet. The south facing face of the peak stands out tall and whiter colored against the surrounding area. It is composed of hard tan-to-white Arkesic sandstone of the Coldwate Formation of the Eocene Age. The West Fork of Santa Ana Creek heads just below the peak. Trout are found in this creek and from time to time fishermen have climbed the peak and left their name and date carved in the stone near the top of the peak.