09-May-2009 -- I'm surprised that this confluence point hasn't been visited more (mine was only the third recorded visit, and the first since 2002), because it's quite easy to reach - provided that you approach it from the Utah side. From the La Sal Mountains area of eastern Utah, a series of (paved, gravel, and dirt) county roads led to [38.00621, -108.99520], where there is a narrow dirt road leading south towards the confluence point. This dirt road passes just 0.25 miles from the point, leading to an easy hike through a thin pine forest. A rock cairn - left by a previous visitor - marks the spot.
Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), unlike Fred Mauerman's visit in 2001, no mountain lions were visible on this visit.