This non-descript spot is very close to the most remote spot from roads and motorized transport in the 48 contiguous United States.
See the web page here for a listing of the largest wilderness complexes in the contiguous USA, with links to maps that show the central, most remote spot in each one. The largest of these areas is the Thorofare region of southeastern Yellowstone National Park and adjacent wilderness areas. Note that the methodology used considers motorboats on Yellowstone Lake equivalent to cars, so this "most remote point" may not match the "furthest from roads" point from other analyses.
This little hill is over 18 miles from legal motorized travel in all directions and it will therefore take some effort to reach by foot. For seekers of true wilderness, the solitude may be worth it, however.