Photos from this trip can be found here.
I recently read about this scramble and checked out potential views on Google Earth before heading out. Most of the approach was on trails, followed by a little over 1,000′ of rock and scree scramble to the top.
A fairly straightforward approach if paying extra attention and staying on the right trail. Several spur roads in low elevations lead to some of my own confusion. Thankfully a sign at every trail junction provided guidance to ensure we were still on the right track.
Gorgeous views on this summit, including those of Mount Stuart and Ingalls Peaks within proximity.