Come on Miguel, it's been 21hrs where's the trip report?
Remember to make note of Paul's Path at 4800'!!
Great trip dude, thanks for putting it together!
Well, in winter, when there is snow, it's a different matter. In fact, you need both ice axe & crampons for the last 200 feet to the summit. The slope there is around 35 degrees if you stay to climbers left. Otherwise, I agree with you. When the trail is dry, this is an easy class 1 hike.
We have done this peak three times. Twice as a day hike, once as a overnight. The later the best. Leave LA early Saturday morning, stop for breakfast at 58/395 junction. Mahogany flats trailhead about noon. Hike to the Saddle area about 5 miles from the trailhead. Setup camp, peak bag and back to camp. Easy hike out the next morning. While a dry route, it is worth carrying the extra water.