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Our suggested route for Red Mountain C includes this summit with Hoosier Ridge for a long, high-altitude, Class 2 hike east and northeast of Hoosier Pass. The terrain is largely tundra/grass and some areas of embedded rock and rubble. Since the trailhead for this route is Hoosier Pass, it is accessible to any passenger vehicle. This hike lends itself to a possible car shuttle to reduce mileage, but can also be done as an out-and-back. The Class 2 hike offers excellent views of the Tenmile Range, Mt. Silverheels and the three 14ers, Democrat, Lincoln & Bross with mostly Lincoln & Bross in view.