I was a little skeptical when this scramble was described as a no-hands class 1, but that's exactly what it is. I caught it in perfect conditions - the trail was almost snow free, but the off trail portion was covered with snow that had just the right amount of give. Enjoyed the sunrise just above the cloudtops. I found the best views, IMHO, at N47 54.872 W121 17.266 (200+ degree west through east vista).
Not knowing what to expect, I had been saving this peak for rainy day. We did not encounter rain during the hike, and the peak was much more enjoyable and straightforward than I would have guessed. Fresh cougar tracks were seen heading down the mountain from near the true summit. A lot of snow walking, but no avalanche danger on the standard route. Clouds from an approaching storm system ruined views from the summit, except for very brief views of Kyes Peak, Storm Ridge, Bald Eagle Mountain, and West Cady Ridge. Overall, it was a good choice for a summit, especially for the conditions. Great for all hiking skill levels.
"After the first glass, you see things as you wish they were. After the second, you see things as they are not. Finally, you see things as they really are, which is the most horrible thing in the world."
--Oscar Wilde on Absinthe