Hiked with a large group as a side trip on a larger expedition in that area. Extremely short hike--the shortest peak hike ever--but the views are actually quite nice, provided you can stand all the nothing. That, and the ludicrously high winds--never in all my life have I ever seen a wind like the winds up atop this little peak. It was so strong that if you jumped straight up while facing into the wind, you'd be moved backwards. I explored the entire bulk of the peak, and boy, are there a lot of signatures up there, the earliest I saw being from 1852. Would recommend this peak, and most definitely the nearby scenic Devil's Gate, to anyone who happens to be in the area, likes history, or wants sweeping views of the untamed wilds of the state of Wyoming. My first peak outside of the state of Utah.