This one is best hiked from the lower levels. Ken & I drove our wonderful toyota products to the summit and a couple times on the descent we almost met our match. The road is deteriorating and will eventually be impassable. An ATV is the best way to go machine wise but hiking would be even smarter. Lots of cattle to look at on the way. No register or benchmark at the summit but wonderful views were presented to us. We did Orevada View as a follow up summit a bit later in the day. Thanks Caleb for both pages.
Dennis and I attempted this one the previous day after summiting the highpoint of the Nevada Jackson Mountains, but the mountain was blanketed in hail and the roads were a muddy mess. The next morning I hit the road nice and early, and didn't run into mud until 7200 feet. At this point I parked at the base of the mountain and hiked the last 1200 feet following the road. 10 minutes after reaching the summit a thunderstorm blew up over top preventing me from hiking on over to Trident Peak the second highest peak in this range.