Left the trailhead at 3:18 pm on 7-31-2009 and arrived at the spring area at 4:38pm. Continued up the mountain to bivy at approx. 10,000 feet, arrived at 5:33 pm. There was a couple of bivy sites at this location and I passed a bivy site approx. 300-400 lower in elevation.
Left the bivy site at 5:00 am and summited at 7:39 am. Passed another bivy site a little higher, but it was smaller and a bit more exposed. Winds were blowing on the summit approx. 15-20 mph. Trail was generally well defined and occasionally soft and loose in a few places but otherwise not to bad for most of the route above the spring area. From the prominent red rock at about 12,870 ft I went more directly up and toward and through the large rocks/boulders. On the descent of the slope above the red rock, I was more to the N-NE which was softer loose material (see map image of route) and this worked well for descending. Left the summit at 7:45 am and arrived back at the trailhead at 10:11 am.
Note: My times on the route were quite fast. Others taking this route will probably find their times to be much slower. I met one group who left the springs area for thier summit attempt around 6:00 am and were just returning to camp around 5:00 pm.