Once you reach the summit at just past 3 miles you need to keep going almost another half mile.
You will first come to a bald rock area that offers a splendid view looking back down on Highway 11 and towards Greenville, but if you keep going the trail gets a little hard to follow as you have to look for the red blazes painted onto the rock that have nearly faded away, but soon you will come to the end of the trail just past the 31/2 mile marker. The view here looks over the water shed and if the air is clear you can see the water tank at Caesars Head State Park on the mountain straight across from the lake.
I used to think the shelter was a the half way point, but since they put the mile markers up I
found it is not exactly half was, but it offers a welcome place to stop and rest on the way to the top. The view from here is not bad and after the climb to this point a lot of people call this good enough and return back to the bottom.