GR380492 Boundary Ridge
GR380492/Boundary Ridge is a nice, easy hike to do when the weather turns foul and is easily done in a half day.
Park at Baldy Pass Parking lot off Highway #40 and cross the road. Hike up the nice trail to the pas which gives off some OK vistas. From here take the open ridge(south) to your right and go up to the summit of the peak via stepped grassy ledges. To descend either return this way or go down west and into the bowl which faces the road and scramble down it back to the Baldy Pass Trail. The mountain is visible from the road with its’ long north ridge.
Another rainyday option is a bouldery canyon: an exploratory creek 1/2 km south of O’Shawnassy Falls called Prospector’s Canyon where two old sport routes may exist. To avoid downclimbing all the short steps, hike out north on a dirty slope just below where the canyon constricts to an open hillside and catch a good trail back to the start of the drainage near Highway #40.