Was road tripping my way down to Red Rock Canyon and this was nearby. Parked at the water tank west of Sixmile Spring, hiked up the remainder of the road (I found that it was easily driveable another mile to its terminus), and followed a ridge up to the flat meadowy/rocky area west of the summit. From there it was a nice walk and then scramble to the top.
Climbed this on an official Sierra Club DPS trip led by Rod Kieffer and myself. We climbed Hyko, East Pahranagat Range High Point, Cathedral, and the unnamed bump to the south over two days.
Another guided tour provided by Dean. The maze getting to the summit block was fun. Scrambling up the last 15 ft was fun too.
After visiting Chokecherry on the 24th, Badger mtn on the 25th, Mt. Irish on the 26th, Dennis and I did this one again and really enjoyed this rare gem. Dennis became only the 9th person to summit this one in 18 years. No one had signed into the register since Ken Jones and I did in May of 2010.
For Ken Jones and I, this was our second mountain that we visited on our trip to this part of Nevada. We had done Chokecherry Mountain the day before and this one is just across the valley from it. From where we car camped, we headed straight up the mountain to the ridgeline and then headed north to the summit, making our way through lots of boulders as we got closer. We attained the summit by a short class 3 scramble up on the south side where we wedged our way up a 20 foot passage. An old wooden triangulation structure was found laying near the benchmark.