Made a very early turnaround at 8,000' after organizing a Williamson climb via George Creek. I cleverly climbed to the top of the bushwhacking section, turned around shortly into the more forgiving talus, and bushwhacked right back down. I was glad both to see our fatigued/injured party members get down safely, and our five strongest complete their climb.
Note to self - next time, take the Shepherd's Pass/west face route and have more fun.
Not technically hard, but incredibility physically demanding, and a route finding/bushwhack nightmare. I thought it was a poor route quality (it‘s just a okay route) to physical output trade off.