Just a little note. The times that are given are your average times with that said someone that isn't used to hiking conditions like these (many places are larger rocks that you have to traverse) can get slowed quite a bit. That doesn't even figure in your health and fitness so plan on it taking longer. If you end up using less time then that means either more time at the top. If you end up taking longer and don't plan on it you can get caught hiking down after dark, or trying to rush and getting hurt. Also, plan on the weather changing RAPIDLY!!! I hiked up the first weekend in June and most of the time it was great weather but a short period of time it was hard to see with winds over 50 MPH. Pack what you need but don't pack too heavy as the more weight will slow you down it is a catch 22 so be smart, pack correctly and enjoy the hike. See you on the trails.
Last one to the top buys the first beer!