This was attractive as a WA top 200 most prominent. We parked along the road and just ambled up the slope from a lower but closer point than some other folks have done it from. Straight-forward. We did feel that if you hike out the ridge a little bit it was higher than where the BM is. Easy enough to do. We hiked to the far end of the far contour and felt it was lower FWIW.
Gimpilator and I started at the parking spot located east of Point 4805. We headed straight uphill, and then followed an occasional path (probably an animal track or hunter path) to the "Loup BM" location and then down & up Ruby Hill. It was a nice & simple outing, while we killed time as Klenke ascended nearby Neville Ridge.
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