A fairly easy hike, except for the briars and brambles, is up to the high rock. I hiked up an old logging road and then up a rounded ridge -- suddenly just before you reach the top -- the upper third of the rock comes into view. Once on top -- the rock sits down the other side of the mountain about 50 yards. It is quite a beauty. On this particular day, the winds were pretty high and I didn't stick around too long since there were some dead trees and limbs along the trail.