This summit is located on the High Hampton Inn and Country Club's property. The trails are not open to the public, but I don't know how much they enforce that policy. Park in the main parking lot, go up the hill and around the right side of the Inn. Once you are behind the Inn, there are signs for the hiking trails. At 1.2 miles, you will reach an intersection where you can go right to Chimneytop Mtn. and left to Rocky Mtn. Both hikes to the summits are around 0.6 miles each and both are very steep.