Lovell Canyon Road, where I am boondocking, is a somewhat narrow and long canyon with a mostly paved road providing access to many dispersed camping sites.
At the top of the road, about two miles from its summit, is Lovell Summit. I saw a sign for it and of course had to go see what was there.
It's a dirt road, with lots of rocks and not great condition but Ural-able so long as I stayed in first gear and maintained momentum. No issues making it to the summit and this is what I saw:
You can apparently ski on this mountain, in the right time of year of course. You can actually drive much closer to the peak but not quite to the top like you can with say Pikes Peak or Mount Evans in Colorado. The Charleston Peak Scenic Byway only reaches 8500 ft at its highest point.
I drove Scarlett back to the campsite. The rest of the day I saw more and more cars and campers showing up as the weekenders sought a spot to camp or enjoy the hiking trails.