05-May-2009 -- Phew!
I had been curious about why this confluence point - even though located next to a paved highway and the (albeit small) town of Sawpit - had been visited only twice, and never with "all zeros". I soon found out the reason: The confluence point is located on the side of a steep, rocky hill at more than 8300 feet elevation - 700 feet above Sawpit. Nearby access roads don't help much. Road 48P - to the East - takes you within 0.25 miles of the confluence point, but there's a deep gully in the way. A road to the west helps a little; by taking it I was able to get within 0.5 miles of the point, but saved only about 100 feet of climbing. I ended up having to hike/scramble about 600 feet along - and then up - a steep, rocky, and at times rather dangerous hillside.
The confluence point is located just on the edge of a scree slope. About 90 meters away (downhill) I saw a rock cairn. I don't know whether or not that was left there to mark the confluence point. According to this project, it would mark a successful visit (barely). However, by climbing a little higher, I was able to get "all zeros".