How can you detect which point is highest?
No, no.. let's keep "Dean" out of this!
Do you have a special instrument to measure
the cylindrical angles of the highest boulder?
Or, do you just carry a simple GPS?
I use a GPS and whenever possible set a waypoint for either the x or the benchmark on a summit. In this case, there is a small cairn but it is hard to distinquish it from the rest of the rocks. There are a ton of flat summits in the Uintas.
RE: Emmons comment... I'll bet Beulah is not one of the flat top summits!