Did this with Rick Hartman and Dennis Poulin. We went up past the mine and continued to the ridge before turning steeply uphill on the SE ridge. We hit all four high spots to make certain we hit the highest but ended up at the summit that had the register and benchmarks, which is probably the second highest spot on Harcuvar.
Hiked up the old road a short ways then found a nice ridge to bust up. Wandered across the top on all four points. Came down the NE ridge and into the drainage to see the old copper mine - would recommend against that route as it's pretty steep and the vegetation is thick.
A day after some heavy rain, Scott C. and I climbed this peak via the old mine road and the SE ridge. No routefinding problems, up and down in 5 hours. The most challenging part of the whole day were the muddy and sandy approach roads.
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