Walked about 4 miles RT over 1/2 - 1 foot of snow to get to the top, after needing to park some distance away from a fallen tree across the road (and getting my truck stuck in the process - thankfully got it out after a few minutes). No signage, but previous trip reports guided me. The top isn't much to speak of - a fallen tree branch partially covered it, and there were small glimpses of lower lands to the NE and W. But it's quite a prominent peak, being the highest point for nearly 200 miles around.
They sure dont want you to drive up there anymore. The dirt piles blocking the road go on for a long way.
Some interesting trees throughout the forest. The summit was completely overgrown with grasses and understory species. Lots of ticks!
Fun day solo in the woods
I had some trouble finding this summit without having a good map and directions. A GPS sure would have been nice as nothing is signed.