This little-known peak lies not far from Toadstool Geologic Park and the Hudson-Meng Bonebed, north of Crawford. It only shows up on maps as "Wright", due to the geodetic markers at the summit.
Despite it's relative obscurity, there are all kinds of hiking and climbing possibilities here. The northwest slope is definitely the steepest, with some small bluffs and rock outcroppings. That side can be accessed from Road 947, which branches off Meng Drive, about 1 mile northwest of the junction with Milo Road and Sand Creek Road.
The easiest route to the summit, is west on Road 944, about 1/4 mile northwest of the Meng & Sand Creek-Milo Road Junction. It's a great hike through forest and rugged landscape.
A Jeep can also take this road. Just over 1 mile west, the road turns sharply south as it approaches a ridge and steep drop-off. There, hike north on the ridge up to the summit of Wright Peak. There will be a barbed wire fence to cross to reach the summit. The views around the area are awesome, so be sure to bring a camera.