Round Top (10,381ft)
From Round Top Lake the trail becomes increasingly barren as the altitude increases, and the trail heads directly upward towards the summit.
Steep but smooth up to the saddle, the terrain moves over jagged rock and becomes harder to locate. Yet with the summit of the mountain in your sights your scramble up the remaining few hundred feet of elevation should see you standing on the summit.
Trailspotting tackled this route one June when snow was still evident on the flanks of the mountain, so it was fun to glissade down the slopes on our waterproof jackets. Stopping at the bottom, however, proved to be a bit of a challenge!