To get to Mt. Dickerman Trail, # 710, drive 11 miles east of Granite Falls to the Verlot Public Service Center, and then continue east an additional 16.6 miles, where the trailhead will be on your left.
The Mt. Dickerman Trail begins with a series of steep switchbacks for 3 miles, climbing through the forest, and coming out at an alpine meadow. From there the trail climbs again, above the timberline, to a second alpine meadow. The forest service reports that this meadow is "alive with masses of wildflowers in July and August".
Great views await in many directions, even as the trail ends at the summit (5723 feet elevation).
Look for views of Big Four Mountain to the south, as well as Del Campo Peak.
If you want to get to the summit, this is a hike that's best taken well into summer, and up to early fall, when the meadows toward the top and summit should be free of snow.