The summit log -- which was in bad shape when I saw it -- is on the exact point given for elevation on the USGS 24k topo. It isn't approached by the main trail, and involves some class 3/4 for the last 100 or so vertical feet.
I climbed this one with Rex Hardy, Les & Kirk Rekve, Steve & Tyrel Stembridge, Ed & Cody Seastrunk, and Adam Thomas. We all got to the central summit block summit cairn with the summit register in the tin can. Just prior to that I had climbed up the north summit, then the south summit with Adam (which has a cairn, but no register). While the others spent 20 minutes coaxing Kirk over a gap while coming down the central summit, I topped out on the subsidiary crag mentioned by CP0915 on his very informative page for this peak.
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