Dixie Butte - a 7,500' peak with a road to the top. Sound boring? Try it in the winter. What may otherwise be a slog up a dusty double track becomes a trek through a peaceful and empty forest. And don't let the height fool you - once you break above treeline you're treated to views often reserved for peaks with 5-digit elevations.
With a name like "Nip Benchmark," I don't blame you for being underwhelmed. And it's true. It's really not much of a peak - you can hardly even tell where to top is. Only a hair over 300' of prominence. In fact there is only one thing that makes this peak stand out, and that is the magic word Location.