Took the same approach as many others: park at the park & ride on NJ 206, take the rail trail northwest, and take the green trail west to begin bushwhacking towards the summit. We saw the posted signs all around the summit, and at no point were able to find a route to the summit that did not cross a posted sign. This trip is similar to my County House Mountain summit in many ways.
Parked at Route 513 and took Four Birds Trail up to top of ridge. Dirt road led southeast to summit area.
Followed Hayley's write up with success. Parked at NJ 23 and Charlottesburg Road. Walked to intersection with Winnebago Road, took right and took dirt road SE towards summit near first view of Charlottesburg Reservior Dam. Short bushwhack near summit. Returned same route back to car.
Parked at Mettle Lane ascended. There were a few spots where the excess of rain resulted in the need to abandon the atv trails near the summit, but a similar trip to my last ascent.
Parked on Millbrook Road and hiked south on the AT to the summit area on a spectacular day.
I was forced to park by Mettle Lane and Berkshire Valley Road due to road closure, but that worked out well. Took the dirt road leading west towards the summit. Discovered a network of old dirt roads, and combined that with some minor bushwhacking to reach the summit. Took the dirt road network back to the area in which I parked.
Parked at the Crater Lake parking area, and hiked the dirt road going NE from the parking area. followed that to the top of the ridge, and shortly ran into the summit area, near a tower. Easy trip from Crater Lake.
Parked at Waterloo Village and took Highlands Trail, bushwhacked past Pebble Loop and got to summit. Re-traced route back to car. Not much of a view.
Parked on Stuyvesant Road, off of route 517; Stuyvesant Road was in questionable repair, so drive it carefully if you do.
Took the 517/Waterloo Trail to the Switchback Loop to the Ditch/Cardiac Trail to the summit area. Took some unmarked trails on the north side of Allamuchy until I found the Ditch/Cardiac, and the back to 517/Waterloo Trail to the parking area. I saw a lot of poison ivy on the unmarked trails, and some on the Ditch/Cardiac Trail as well. The 517/Waterloo and Ditch/Cardiac both have a number of re-routes due to significant erosion on the original route, so if you plan to use the trails, watch the blazes.
Parked at the state line, then took the State Line Trail to the Appalachian Trail. Went south on the Ernest Walter Trail, and continued south when the Ernest Walter turned east. Bushwhacked along the ridge for 0.25 miles, then hit the summit. About 100 feet east of the summit, there was a viewpoint that gave us a nice look at Manhattan. Retraced our route back to the Ernest Walter Trail, and completed the loop back to the State Line Trail.
This route is a nearly 5 mile approach to thhis summit.