This time of year, it depends on the exact day whether you'll:
1. Find any rock (often skied in the spring from top to bottom)
2. Have MODERATE to EXTREME avi conditions
3. Be able to stand-up on the approach due to high winds which are currently, likely in the 90mph gust range: http://culter.colorado.edu/exec/metpage/d1metpage_2.cgi
IMHO as a guide on Longs for a dozen years with ascents of all major routes and 100+ascents, nuts are less helpful and a rack of cams from 1" to 3" would suffice (half-dozen). The NF is lots of snow and ice covered terrain that you can't fall on and where you better know how to make the right call on avi conditions- generally not a great winter or spring climbing route. Otherwise wait until it melts more in mid-summer.
Maybe try Keplinger this time of year - much more interesting and safer.
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