From the 2WD parking area, near 11,560í, continue up Mosquito Pass road (Photo #1) to reach the North London Mine - Photo #2. Pass the mine and continue up the rough road (Photo #3) to reach the 12,650-foot saddle between London Mountain (left) and Kuss Peak (right) - Photo #4.
Turn left (east) and follow a trail up Londonís west ridge (Photo #5) to reach a rock tower - Photo #6. Ascend nearly to the top of this formation before bypassing the last section, on the right. Reach another rock tower (Photo #8) and, again, ascend part of it and look for an easy bypass on the right - Photo #9. It really isnít as difficult as it may appear in the photos and itís easy to keep the difficulty at Class 2.
Past the crux sections, hiking is easier; Stay on or just right of the ridge crest - Photo #10 and Photo #11. When you reach 13,000í, the summit is visible but still nearly 0.5 mile away - Photo #12. Continue along the ridge (Photo #13) and up a final pitch (Photo #14) to reach the summit - Photo #15. Photo #16 looks back over the ridge.