Took the woods road up to the small pond and bushwacked from there. Could have stayed on the road too as it (mostly) made it to the summit. Took the "smiley face" trail down. It was a nice cold day so the mud and ground was frozen, but most of last week's ice was gone. Even in the winter, no view from the summit. But it was a nice walk in the woods.
Did this hill today without knowing! Was doing the Manaticut Point/West Brook Mountain hike with the Dog Hikers of New Jersey Meetup group.
Parked at the Snow Bowl entrance on Weldon Road and used the ATV trail to reach the communications tower and Milton fire tower. Unfortunately, because of this week's ice storm, the stairs on the fire tower had a thick layer of ice and I wasn't able to go to the top. However, the thick coating of ice makes it easy to bushwack. All of the Japanese barberry is coated too and the thorns aren't an issue.
Started at an old woods road off Timberbrook, just east of the Christian Fellowship Church. That woods road headed in the wrong direction, so just bushwacked across one small depression to Cobb Hill. Near the top, I crossed another woods road which I followed a bit on the return. It seemed to end in someone's back yard.
Parked at the Randolph Historical Society on Millbrook, but there's parking closer to the trails on the west side of the road. Follow the paved walkway north to dirt path with a sign for high point. Half way up, the trail and blazes disappeared. I walked this on a snowy day and may have just missed it. But it was an easy, short walk to the highest spot.