I took the road up towards Keystone Springs and went over the ridge and contoured around to a ridge line that runs generally east-west towards the north-south ridge the peak is on. Once on it, I found a brush choked chute that led up to the final 3+ crack to the summit, climbing the secondary peak while up there as well. It appeared to only be a few feet lower than the main one. There was plenty of snow up there, but the final chute was dry, thankfully. The wind made it an adventure, though.