I was able to drive this rough dirt road to within .3 miles and a few hundred vertical feet of the summit. There are sections on this road where you would not want to meet a car going in the opposite direction. The views from the summit are outstanding, especially of Mount Nebo. This is Utah prominence peak #47/81 for me.
Started at 5640' on route 132 north of peak on the dirt road that heads south. Wanted to take trail #146 but discovered it was 99% nonexistent from elevation 6600' to 9300', so ended up doing a lot of bushwhacking. There was snow from 7800' on up.
I had to walk about 8 miles to get this one although there is a road right up to near the base of it. Mud stopped me shortly after I got to the top of Log canyon so I had the choice of walking or coming back another day. Interestingly enough, I met a bow hunter up there on the summit (he had ridden a horse) and thanks to our conversation, I forgot to look for and sign the register, if there was one.