If it weren't for being a county highpoint, this is not likely a hike most would ever consider. For a short hike, it is surprisingly pretty with great views of Bald Mountain, and the surrounding high Uinta peaks. Technically, this is the highpoint of Wasatch county, though the high point is on the county boarder, and not the highest peak. Mt. Cardwell, an easy addition to this hike is the highest PEAK in Wasatch County and worth visiting. The truly obsessive may argue which counts as the county high point, the highest peak or the highest spot, so its probably best to bag them both while there.
Note: The Mirror Lake highway that is used to access this hike is paved and accessible to all vehicles, except when it is closed in the winter. The gate is typically open from Memorial Day until late October, but if planning this hike on the shoulder season, call the forest service to see if it is open. ((801) 466-6411)
Also, this hike has somewhat tricky navigation. Bring a GPS, solid map and compass skills, or be prepared to wander around a bit!