I spent the night in Milford and the next day I climbed Frisco Peak in the morning and then North Wah Wah highpoint. Like described it is a very steep, loose climb. For me route finding meshed up with common sense and I was able to work my way up to the ridge just east of the false summit without too much difficulty. From there it is very straight forward all the way to the top. Compared to when Dean signed the summit registry there now may be 15 groups to sign in, in the 11 years the register has been there. 15 groups in 11 years, very remote peak. Although several in the last few years. Climbed this and Frisco by myself, very enjoyable excursion to this part of the state. I plan to be back in a couple weeks to climb the Wah Wah Highpoint south of Highway 21 and Indian Peak.
Started from the pass. Experienced all types of weather from sunshine to rain and hail. I tried to avoid the brush as much as possible but still got a little scratched up.
Climb the ridge to the right instead of the draw and have zero brush. See my map, pictures and report at http://www.willhiteweb.com/utah/wah_wah_mountains/milford_011.htm
Thanks Greg and Dean for breaking most of the branches in front of me - this was a very brushy hike, I would recommend wearing pants. :) Very fun day though.