Use the trailhead description provided but after crossing the creek in Winfield, you only need to drive about .7 mile to where an old mining road comes in from the left (east). On our last visit to this area, that road was gated and closed, but when we first climbed this peak in 1997, we were able to drive it to about 11,600 feet in Lulu Basin and the road was in surprisingly good condition. Since the road no longer shows on the Forest Service map, it has likely been closed permanently. The USGS Winfield 1982 quad does show this road. Total mileage and elevation gain are based on the assumption the road is closed and that you'll be able to start from .7 mile SW of Winfield. Passenger cars will have trouble continuing past Winfield however. Shortly after crossing the creek there, (100 yards) there is a place to park. The next .7 mile is best completed in a higher clearance vehicle.
Begin hiking up the old mining road through forest and up multiple switchbacks for the first mile. At a point on the USGS quad with a marked elevation of 11,393 ft., make sure you follow the road that heads east and rounds the broad ridge into Lulu Basin. This old road can be followed further up the basin and it actually goes most all the way up to Middle Mountain. Depart the road on a switchback at 11,920 ft. at some of the last trees. Continue up valley on mostly tundra, then walk more steeply for about 400 feet in elevation gain to a broader, bench-like area below the saddle between UN13,462 and Brown's Peak. Walk on up to the saddle and turn left to follow the easy ridge for a pleasant stroll to the summit of UN13,462. You will enjoy a great view of Clohesy Lake far below to the SE and of Missouri Mountain further east. You should also be able to see hikers reaching the summit of Huron Peak about 1.5 miles south.
For a descent, either return as you came or head over to tag Brown's Peak, a higher but unranked summit because it does not rise the required 300 feet above the connecting saddle with Huron. From Brown's Peak, it is also possible to continue along the ridge south to Huron Peak at no more than a Class 2+ level. From Pt.13,518, the going will be rockier with some minor problems and as you approach the summit of Huron, you'll encounter the typical broken rock of the higher altitudes, but you will have the aid of the official Huron trail which you'll pick up just a little south of Pt.13,518. From the summit of Huron, you can descend on the Huron trail back down to FR390.2B and walk north back to your vehicle.