This is a beautiful and remote hike. I only saw 5 people the entire (weekend) trip and walked along miles of pristine coastline. Started in the evening and had dinner on the summit. Unfortunately I lost my way (well the trail just disappeared / stopped) descending the Rattlesnake Ridge Trail at 10:30pm the first night, however, using my headlamp, compass, altimeter, and topo map I was able to bushwack until I intersected the trail again. This is one of my favorite class 1 hiking trips of all time (along with Havasu Canyon - but there's actually a short rope-assisted class 3 section on that hike) - highly recommended. A longer trip report is available here.