See Dean's comments below. This was indeed a terrific mountain, albeit a pain to get to. I also got a bunch of new marks on the paint job of my 1991 4Runner driving up that Granite Creek road. The rig still looks good, but new marks don't help. Anyway, it was my third of eight consecutive 5000-foot+ prominence climbs during that week.
A very isolated peak but worth the effort to get to it. What a jewel of an area. Bob Bolton and I, along with Adam Helman who needed this peak to complete all of the Utah county highpoints, were in total agreement that this one was an outstanding peak.
I'll write a more detailed trip report when I get back from vacation. (using library computer to check my email)
Started at 6:00 am and back to the truck by 11:30 am.
Drove out via Dugway, 70 miles of dirt roads and didn't see one person. had about 110 degree heat, glad I didn't break down. Go via Wendover.