This is a fairly strenuous climb to the top of one of the tallest peaks of the Wasatch Range. Reaching the cliff-lined summit will require some scrambling up steep slopes and over boulders. Follow the track in this guide closely to find your way up a variation to the top that takes you up a steep coulouir. Bring a camera as you will have specatacular views.
The trailhead 2.6 miles up the Corner Canyon Road off the town of Draper. The trailhead is at 5,700. Use the track to find the start of the trail from the parking lot.
From here you will need to find your way to the top. There is a steep headwall that can be climbed up to the left. I've adapted a route that a fellow everytrail user climbed up via a small coulouir. Use your best judgement. Once you get up onto the summit ridge you will be scrambling over rocks to the top as the visible trail disappears. Be careful as there is a lot of exposure.