We tried to hike Reynolds Peak based on your directions and the directions were not clear enough, so we had to turn back. You don't specify that A) There is no marked trail leading to Reynolds Peak and B) you have to guess where to go because there are numerous trails that go every which way from Dog Lake, and near Dog Lake. In fact, we believe the correct trail is near a sign before you reach Dog Lake. But, this page is not clear enough, and will too likely get more people lost.
See this page: http://www.micksmtn.20m.com/reynolds.html
On it, even they claim that there is a trail, but they couldn't find it. The reason is because it is not at all clear. So, on this page, you need to clarify. I can't justify any decent score until you rectify this so others do not get lost.
I added some additional info regarding the summit trail. Last Friday I also climbed Little Water Peak, for the first time under totally dry conditions, and unlike Reynolds Peak I was surprised to find no evidence of a trail to the summit. It was cross country and bushwhacking from Dog Lake to the summit.
Thanks. Maybe give the coordinates in decimal so it is easy to plot. I am not sure the numbers you are using are more helpful in locating the trail. I think that will help.
I always use UTM coordinates, but I also added a conversion to decimal lat/long.