The view is phenomenal from this peak, including the lake below, as well is the Hoover Wilderness. Snow drifts have been known to remain into the summer months. There is camping available in the area and its a popular area to view spring wildflowers and fall colors. Green-sticker vehicles are permitted on the marked routes.
Look carefully and you’ll see piles of mine tailings in different directions from Waypoint 04. This was the site of Dunderberg Mill built about 1870. From Waypoint 04, a narrow rough road (not on MVUM) heads west uphill to some old log cabin ruins that mark the site of a smaller stamp mill built later. A small town existed here about 1892. We visited here in 2004 and found an old stamp press tipped on its side below the cabins.