The route recommended here starts from the La Sal Pass area (Forest Road 73). Elevation here is a little over 10,000' (a little over 3048m). From Moab, drive south on Utah Highway 191 a little over 20 miles to the junction with Utah Highway 46 ("La Sal Junction"). Head east on UT46 for ~12.8 miles (passing through the small town of La Sal) to the gravel road signed as "La Sal Pass" (this is County Road 154). Turn north (left) onto this road, and after another 2 miles you will reach Forest Road 73 on the left (west). Another ~7.4 miles on this road will take you to La Sal Pass. There is an un-bridged crossing of La Sal Creek a couple miles into FR 073 - here it is broad and cobbly and should not be a problem for a low-clearance vehicle during low flow periods. During spring snowmelt, call the Moab Forest Service District Office for road conditions.
There is no maintained trail. Recommended beginning point is at the La Sal Pass area - my group started from our campsite at nearby Medicine Lakes. We took ~2.5 hours from there to get to the summit. Although it is not a long hike, a compass & map are recommended since one will be starting in mostly dense woods with rolling terrain, talus & deadfall. Our plan was to head directly south from Medicine Lakes to the east ridge of the mountain, and up. As (longer) alternatives, one can start at Forest Trail #29 trailhead (La Sal Pass road). The trail swings south of the peak, so one will have to know when to go off-trail for the said ridge. To the south, Carpenter or Lackey Basin might be feasible, but again longer and more difficult.