While not a technical climb, the ascent to Three Fingers Lookout is quite an adventure. The road is closed at an old bridge and requires around 10 miles of gravel road to get to the trailhead, which we biked. From there, the trail is somewhat overgrown until Saddle Lake and then opens up toward Goat Flats before transforming into a beautiful, high ridge walk.
From Tin Can Gap, things get a bit more interesting, with some snow traversing or moat navigation to access the lower-angle finish on the South side of the peak, culminating in a fun scramble and climb up ladders to get to the improbable lookout perched on top of the South peak.
Our group of six joined two others to spend the night on Saturday and lucked out that the clouds finally cleared in the evening to reveal the full view and an awesome sunset. What a spot!