The road is in very good condition for a drive in a 4x4. A few waterbars might stop you 3km before the end of it if not enough clearance in a 2x2
The trail thorough the forest is very well marked and someone seem to maintain it very well(tons of trees were cleared by chainsaw): thank you stranger for all your work.
If you go in the coming next weeks watch for wasps on the trail: we got stung a few times!
As you come into the meadows, the markers seem to very sporadic, so you just might want to create your own route, following the river upstream, staying on the left side of it.
The first lake doesn't seem to have nice places for camping, but the second lake to the left of it, has some very nice ones.
No marmots,bears or other creatures seem to be there as we saw no signs of almost any wildlife...
The route to the peak is reasonably clear to figure out, but if you have a previous track is very helpful to make sure you get to the top in the most optimal way. Not much snow left on the route, just small patches. Incredible views from the top!
The west ridge from the lake could offer some amazing views of the other peaks in the Elaho Valley and beyond.