This is Hydrophyllum fendleri, or Fendler’s Waterleaf, a feathery white blossom on a plant with many leaves. It was growing along the rocky trail of Klahane Ridge.
Hydrophyllum is a genus of flowering plants in the waterleaf family which includes several herbaceous perennials native to North America. They include Hydrophyllum capitatum, the dwarf waterleaf or ballhead waterleaf. Its head is made of a series of five-petaled, five-stamened purple flowers. It was used as a nutritious food source by Native American peoples.