Mount Fairway (unofficial name) is a high-prominence conical mountain in Warren County.
Mount Fairway is mostly on private property, yet it can be climbed via the power lines right of way and a few woods roads constructed to service the communications tower at the summit. Warren County owns some acres on the mountain for a nature reserve.
Mount Fairway lacks unobstructed views from anywhere but the powerline cut, but the slopes are steep enough that hikers can enjoy views through the trees.
Parked at N 40 47.321 W 074 59.441, then found a very small herd path to the right of the larger woods road (that has posted signs). Took that up for a short while before alternating on a combination of woods roads and bushwhacking before hitting the paved road that goes to the actual tower summit. Got sliced up by a lot of stickers, as even the woods roads were overgrown in many places. Also picked up the first pair of ticks of the season.
Parked on Mine Hill Rd just past the high point at a small pull off point just before posted signs. Followed a woods road for a while. Saw the old mine buildings. The pathway petered out and I bushwhacked a while a little to the south and then came to another broader woods road which lead right up to the summit. Quite a few posted signs but kept to the woods road.