Started at the Grandview TH. Left the trail at the small lakes on the left at 10460'. Circled around the east ridge of the small 11420 bump on the south end of the main ridge and then headed up. First climbed the 11420 bump, then followed the ridge north going over West Grandaddy, 11436, 11438, 11060, and 11118. Went down the east side of 11118 (very nice chute between cliffs) and then headed east over to 11140. Went back on the trail to the start. Round trip it was about 16 miles with 4600 total vertical feet of elevation gain and took 12 hours.
Summit'ed during a backpack trip in the Granddaddy Basin with my daughter. This is a great hike, fun scrambling and not too extreme. Too many people overlook this one.
Went from Mohawk Lake to the north west pass and then from the ridge to the top. From the top you have great views of Grandaddy basin. While coming down I ran into some billy goats. Great stuff!