Not to dissuade a highly motivated mountaineer such as yourself, but you'll get a lot more climbing in (one day, nonetheless) if you stay a tad lower. The Owens Gorge was wonderful today. Sunny and warm. Got in as many pitches as you get on the East Arete of Humps but with nary a cold hand or frost-nipped toes.
That all said, you'll be hitting the snow line around 5,000. Melting fast down there, but still something to consider even at the trailheads where you'll need skins and skis to make any decent time. Consider, too, the short days and long nights. Course, I am a wimp, and though each time I look up at the Pals from the outside window and I ache to be up there, I know how fast I get cold.